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The beginning of high
school in the fall of 1 998
brought about seemingly
scary changes. As junior
high students, we all had
different images of what
high school would be, Is
there really a pool on the
3rd floor? Will the seniors
really stuff us in those little
lockers? Once we arrived,
however, our separate
views merged into one.
We stopped looking at B-
R as being "their" school
and started seeing at this
enormous school as ours.
We could have been very
pessimistic as we awoke
before the crack of dawn
in order to make it to
school on time, or as we
sat in the auditorium,
scared to death by the
However, we bravely
pushed those thoughts
out of our heads and stuck
with the classic B-R motto
of "expect the best." The
past four years have ex-
ceeded our expectations.
Now as our high school
years come to a close, we
will look back and always
remember exactly what B-
R was like. ..from our view. I
1. Lynda Shaw and Megan
Tangaro stop working on the
yearbook to pose for a picture.
2. Kara Silva decorates the se-
nior bulletin board.
3. Amber Camara makes a pa-
per crane to remember Sep-
4. Evan Biela, Lauren Mader,
Jay Emord, Greg Caron, Chris
Whitfield, Marisa Prisco, and
Robert Poole enjoy their
5. Kara Silvia and Meg Jones
stop on the slope to enjoy the
6. Before the pep rally, Kristina
Hanney and Jen Haynes get
7. Jim Reynolds ponders the
existence of mankind.
8. Before the semi-formal Curtis
Davidson and Joanna Douillette
smile for the camera.
9. Peter Moynihan shows Nina
Martelli an act of chivalry.
10. Andy Maynard and Nick
Silvia show off their artistic tal-
1 1 . Taylor Thompson teaches
his art class how to counterfeit
12. Theresa Masselli, Lynn
Walsh, and Lauren Bechtel bring
in the new year with style.
13. Woody Barra spends a free
period tackling his homework.
As we embark on our journey into the "real world" we look back on the last twelve school years
of our lives. From our view of the past years we have grown up together, helped each other, and have
always been there for one another no matter how hard the obstacles of life have been. Since
elementary school, our sense of style, music, and choice of television shows have changed. From
little girls with a million Barbie dolls and all the acessories to match, we have grown into young women
with huge dreams and aspirations. Little boys have grown from avid fans of Ninja Turtles, Batman,
and Nintendo to intelligent and hardworking young men.
From our view we've all grown into mature young adults, but we can fondly look back to those
younger years, when life was much simpler...
1. Adam Silva, Mark Battistini, Richie Florence, Andy Merriam,
Chad Buczek and Gerry Conroy show off 1st grade style.
2. Nick Palmieri doesn't willingly give his balloons to Jill Asack.
3. Liz Beshansky, Jen Haynes, Allyson Erbeck, Megan Cayer,
Ashley Carson, Nicole Pincolini, Katie Sieger, Kate Larson, Sarah
Diamond, Ana Moniz, and Rebecca Hunt shows off matching tie-
4. Ashleigh Pickett, Kara Silvia, Meg Connerty, Meg Jones, Carrie
Simmons, Jess Fix, Amanda Thetoniaz, and Staci James spend
a warm summer day at Riverside.
5. Girl Scout Troop #1225 gets ready to cut the cake!
6. Lauren Mader, Cathy Silva, Tom Sheehan, Dan Pickett, Justin
Hauck, Jen Cote, Kate McKenney, and Ryan Gardiner show off
their 1st grade project.
7. Nina Martelli and Keri Dufalt flaunt their cutest smiles.
8. Kelly Tierney and Crystal Rosenfield prepare each other for a
9. Collen Welch and Jessie Fix nervously reassure each other
that they are ready for kindergarten.
10. Kristen Andrutis gets ready to sting the "devilish" Billy Mills.
11. Mrs. Kelleher's 1st grade class at Sullivan Elementary
1 2. "The Sandlot Crew"(Standing: Shane Sabine, Mark Battistini,
Gerard Conroy, Andrew Gillis, Richie Florence, Chris Rego,
Sean Norris; Ground: Steve McGrath, Chad Buczek, Steve
Protz, Andrew Merriam, Paul Haynes).
1 3. Mrs. LaFlamme's former second grade class shows off their
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kS our senior year
comes to an end, we re-
member our friends.
Friends are people who
carry us through high
school. Friends are always
there for us to help us
through the rough times,
and also to share the fun
during the good times.
helped us meet friends that
we will have for the rest of
our lives. From our view,
the past four years have
been an amazing journey
and the best four years of
our teenage lives.
Remember when we
didn't have lunch money?
Who was there for us?
OUR FRIENDS. Do you
remember that rainy day
when your car broke down
on the way to school? Who
was right there by your
side giving you a hand?
One of your friendly class-
Our friends always mo-
tivate us when they are
playing the same sports.
They are always shouting
the loudest for us to push
ourselves. We always
have that one friend that
we can call anytime when
we are stuck on our home-
work. We might get in
trouble in class for always
talking to our friends, but
our teachers understand
and can relate.
1. Sean Cronin, Adam
Stevenson, John Carr, Jon
Neil, Craig Murray, and Richie
Florence enjoy watching the
dancing from the sidelines.
2. Students in a phys-ed class
get in touch with nature (Top:
Kristyn Whittington, Laura
Ford, Heather Whitty; Bottom:
Liz Lucchetti, Meaghan
Connerty, Lauren Maxwell,
Ashley Slater, Nina Martelli)
3. Double Matts (Matt Furtado
and Matt Day) stand on the
dock by the USS J.F.K. on a
4. Nicole Pincolini, Jen
Haynes, and Jen lamele pe-
ruse an old yearbook.
5. Rob Ferris, Jen Zolga,
Katelyn Lopresti, Tricia
Wholley and James Kelleher
know how to relax!
6. Best friends, Christine
Smith and Gail Maloney smile
for the camera.
7. Staci James, Jen lamele,
and Renee Gaudette enjoy
8. Jen Zolga, Annie
Bruckman, Meg Cayer, Liz
Blanchette, Ana Moniz, Tricia
Wholley, Sarah Diamond,
Katelyn Lopresti, and Ally
Silva show some school spirit!
9. Amanda Clapp, Lauren
Mader, Erin Morin, Barrie
Guarino, Marisa Prisco, Keri
Pina, and Jen Measer gather
for a group picture.
10. Eric Almieda, Dan Pickett,
Derek Sheehan, Mike Crotty,
Billy Mills, Kyle Buckley, Tom
Hennesey, Dan Buckley, and
Eric Warner show Nick
Orfanos some support dur-
ing prom time.
11. Ashley Benvissete,
Katherine Hathaway, and
Abby Rovaldi ride to concerts
As we glimpse back over
these past years, even the
insignificant events are
now considered special
moment that we will never
forget. Whether it be an
everyday lunch period, a
boring study hall or a fre-
quent trip to the mall, these
are all things that were
once unimportant and
taken for granted. They
are now events that we
will fondly cherish and
miss. These moments are
the basis of the friend-
ships that we have made
over the years. Once we
graduate and go our
seperate ways we will
miss going crazy looking
for that perfect dress for
the semi-formal, bonding
in the weight room, and all
1. Best friends, Amanda
Clapp and Kristen Andrutis
share a hug at the 2001 Jun
2. Catherine Hathaway,
I Lauren Bechtel, and Joanna
Douillette get ready for a
3. Friends wait before the
semi-formal for their dates
I to arrive!
4. Kevin McAuliffe, Matt
Cahill, and Marc Freitas
dance up a storm!
5. A girls' Raynham Com-
munity Soccer team shows
off after a big win.
6. Best friends, Jill Asack,
Michelle Almada, kate
Daniels, and Danica
Copeland walk togther into
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7. Craig Murray and Michelle
Almada share a special moment at
8. Best friends Marisa Prisco and
Mike Macleod Crotty get close at
the Junior Prom.
9. Barrie Guarino and Jen Measor
try to keep warm at the Superbowl
1 0. "The Little Mermaid" (Jill Asack)
catches some rays on dry land.
11. Erin Nelson, Meg Callan,
Kristina Hanney, Nicole Pincolini
and Jen lamele lay down for a
12. Ready for PCC's "50's Dance"
Shannon Smith, Lauren Bechtel,
Kacie Lamontagne, Joanna
Douillette, Andrea Paul, Ashley
Carson and Katie Sypher huddle
13. Friends struggle to keep their
human pyramid pointing toward
1 4. Laura McElroy , Sophia Barros,
Kristen McDonough and Sarah
Chapell jump at the chance for a
picture during study period.
15. A group of seniors prove that
the 80's weren't THAT bad!
le view high school at
a stressful time in oui
lives. We have to deal
with homework, quizzes,
tests, and long ten
projects. However, w<
can't forget the opportu-
nities these responsibili-
ties have afforded us. N<
matter how tough th<
classes were, we can
always remember a time
when we had fun. We
struggled through Mob)
Dick with it's impossibl<
language, and confusing
nautical terms, not t<
mention trying to keep
our heads above water
in chemistry class. Yet,
we will never recall some
memories of high school
without letting a smirk es-
cape. Relaxing in study
periods with our friends
in the library, and walk-
ing downtown in betweer
finals are just a few oi
the many small, yet quite
significant parts of high
school which makes last-
ing memories. Let us
education as a step in
the right direction.
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1 . Mike Greely works on his
designs in drafting.
2. Jennifer Lauper and Kelly
Vanaken hit the books.
3. A class lecture intrigues
4. Jon Carr listens attentively
in history class.
5. Brian Praino and Sean
Casey are about to find out,
"How high will the bottle
6. Mr. Kearney shows Kevin
O'Brien his homeland.
7. Students listen eagerly as
they await the next assign-
8. Zoe Furtado records the
temperature for her biology
9. Patrick Herrington gets
out his homework.
1 0. Joe Powers ponders the
11. Carrie Simmons and
Molly Lawton concentrate on
12. Tony Murdoch types
13. Matt Cushing and Paul
Jenkins are bedazzled by
Sports are a very impor-
tant part of B-R. They
have not only provided us
with records, titles and tro-
phies, but these sports
have also taught us im-
portant lessons in dedica-
tion, sportsmanship and
teamwork. Whether we
view sports by playing on
the field, cheering on
teammates from the side-
lines, or showing support
from the bleachers, many
of us show our zealous
school spirit. As time
passes we will always re-
member those times of
triumph, and hardship
here at B-R. These expe-
riences have been im-
printed into our character,
where we can take them
on our journey into life af-
ter high school.
1 . Kevin Sullivan shows his oppo-
nent who's boss.
2. The agile Rich Florence dashes
toward the end zone.
3. Luther Smith explodes past the
4. Natalie Crimmons swings for the
5. Ian Delahanty takes a powerful
6. Laura Ford leaps skillfully into the
7. Teammates Peter Mason, Tom
Higginbotham, Matt Lyford, Ryan
Post, Luther Smith, Will Morey, and
Richie Florence celebrate after the
victory against Taunton.
8. Carrie Simmons and Kristyn
Whittington keep their heads in the
9. Anne Bruckman returns with a
10. Radha Sinha pushes ahead of
1 1 . Golf Captain Rob Ferris squints
to watch his ball soar into the sky.
12. Cheerleading Captain Lauren
Mader heads support for the B-R
13. Ryan Post quenches his thirst
during a hot September game.
14. U.D. Nwosa sets up the shot
with his eye on the ball.
School isn't only about
studying and classes. Stu
dents and faculty love B-
so much that they give up a
extra piece of their lives fo
Students balance academ
ics, jobs and a social lif
along with their optional hig
school activities. From th
FIRST Robotics team, an
Drama, to the Renaissanc
program, B-R is a busy plac
even while classes aren't i
1 . Laura Ford and Nina Marte
pose for a picture in the garde
at Washington D.C.
2. Jon Neil and Craig Murra
dance to "Y.M.C.A." at a 16t
3. Kate Roza styles Nicole Price'
hair for a B-R production.
4. (Back Row: Kate Daniels
Michelle Almada, Keri Dufaul
Molly Lawton, Jen Cote
Laureann Demoura, Rache
Ladd, Maura Kelley; Front Ro
Cait White) Friends smile
gether at the 80's dance.
5. Senior members of the girl'
soccer team, Carrie Simmons
Nina Martelli, Meg Connerty
Monica Silva. Molly Lawton, Li
Luchetti and Laura Ford pile u
for a comfortable photograph.
6. B-R Ski Club seniors gather i
a shivering huddle.
7. Stacy Kenn lets those creative
juices flow in art class.
8. Michelle Almada and Dai
Copeland watch Jon Carr hit the
9. The Modern World's Affai
Club pauses for a break at th
Mr. Jeffrey Sylvia
Teacher: 1 : one that teaches; especially one whose occupation is to instruct 2: one who
assists in learning
At Bridgewater-Raynham, we have countless faculty members who fit this definition, but
as students, that poorly reflects what we believe a teacher should be. To us, teachers are
people who offers support, guidance and trust. They also spark a desire inside of us to
strive to reach greater heights in learning. They mold us to be the true future of America.
At B-R, we also have many teachers that fit our own definitions of what a teacher should
be. And while we all may not agree on a concrete defintion, we all agree that we would like
to dedicate the 2002 Unitas: From Our Viewlo Mr. Jeffrey Sylvia, because to us, the
graduating class of 2002, Mr. Sylvia embodies everything that we want and need in a
As the Class Advisor to 2002, Mr. Sylvia has always played a major role in our high school
careers, whether it be holding class elections, planning for the pep rally, organizing fund
raisers, coordinating the prom or working extremely hard to provide us with new and
memorable activities, such as the Senior Lock-In. The amount of time that Mr. Sylvia has
put into our class is unbelievable. Going even
further than just helping us on school time, Mr.
Sylvia has also made many appearances at impor-
tant events such as the Super Bowl and basketball
Mr. Sylvia's "assistance in learning" has been known
to extend outside of the classroom. Mr. Sylvia is the
type of teacher that we knew we could trust. He was
often seen helping various students with personal
problems. He has made our high school years
memorable and enjoyable as well as insightful and
important. He will remain forever in our hearts and
minds as someone that we could trust , laugh with,
and most importantly, learn from. Thank you, Mr.
Sylvia, for guiding us these past four years.
Mr. Emiliano Diaz
The members of the class of 2002 would also like to
acknowledge Mr. Diaz.
We would like to thank
him for his continued
support and dedication
to teaching. We also
would like to wish him a
happy and relaxing re-
tirement. Mr. Diaz has
been teaching for 31
years. We would also
like to wish the following
teachers a happy retire-
ment: Ms. Linda Dumas, Mr. Tom Nihan and Mr.
Mr. John Lennon
Mr. Lennon has been an important figure to the
seniors. We would like
to thank him for all of
his time and effort. It is
difficult to find a sport-
ing event where Mr.
Lennon is not on the
sidelines. He has al-
ways encouraged stu-
dents to do their best.
He also introduces his
students to the world of
theater and life outside
sports. He is someone that we will surely never
Looking back on our years at B-R, we realize that
teachers play a huge role in our high school careers. We
have been faced with many different challeneges, and the
guidance of teachers has helped us through. 2001 brought
back many veteran faces as well as introduced new ones.
Teachers have encourages us to pursue our dreams and
helped us stay on the path to a bright future. Together, we
view them as positive influences in our lives.
The skill of speaking a foreign language requires tal-
ented individuals to teach it. The foreign language teachers
have left us with this skill that is necessary in our modern
And who can live without math? Where would we be if we
knew nothing of our history? It was because our teachers
that we can graduate ready to handle the world.
The sciences and theories that govern our world were
taught to us in our science classes. The skills needed to
simply write this down would be lost to us if it hadn't been for
our English teachers.
Our elective courses taught us about life beyond the core
subjects. We learned the art of cooking in culinary arts, the
relationships of people in sociology, and we experienced
the patience needed for children in Child Study.
As you can see our teachers have given us a wider view
of life today and how to make our futures brighter. We will
view them in a positive light through the course of our lives
1. Mr. Ferris, Mr. Kearney, and Mr. Lindskog, our model
representatives of the history department.
2. Ms. Benedict holds up a summer reading poster and
discusses the assignment.
3. Ms. Perron and Ms. Brown give late passes to Tyler and
4. Student Rachel Ladd gets computer tips from Ms. Calef .
5. Ms. Norman helps Kate Daniels with a science paper.
6. Kevin Paulicelli and Ms. Foster work on vocabulary.
7. Ms. White and Wendy Warniment work out an English
8. Mr. Phaneuf creates another work of art.
9. Ms. Fisher constructs an angle bisector.
1 0. "Carpe Diem!"; exclaims Ms. Benigni to her Latin class.
1. Ms. Dooley writes her son J.P yet another late pass.
2. Ms. Perron concentrates hard while at her computer.
3. Doing his part to keep B-R a safe school, Mr. Peabod)
patrols the halls between periods.
4. Mr. Cox and his students tackle the difficult subject o
Algebra with enthusiasm.
5. Mr. Petersen and Mr. Horton get ready to launch home
made rockets in the parking lot.
6. On his way to tackle crazy fourth lunch mania, Mr. Randal
ushes the trash bin.
Mr. Robert Brogna
Mr. Donald Burke
Mr. Alan Peabody
Mr. Daniel Buron
Ms. Carol Adams
Ms. Alice Akins
Mr. William Barber
Ms. Geraldine Benedict
Ms. Mary Benigni
Ms. Lucero Berlin
Dr. Linda Brouillette
Ms. Joanne Brown
Ms. Shirley Brown
Ms. Diane Buckley
Ms. Marie Burke
Ms. Carol Burton
Ms. Elizabeth Calef
Mr. Philip Capen
1. Mr. Buron and Officer Zanelleto are tempted to give
parking tickets to junior drivers.
2. Mr. Burke runs to move his car to make way for the
3. Mr. Morrison and Mr. Fisher discuss the details of the
previous night's basketball game.
4. Ms. Shadley and Mr. Lindskog hug during half-time at the
Faculty-Student Basketball Game.
Ms. Melissa Cardone
Dr. David Chuckran
Mr. Daniel Cox
Mr. Gerry Cunniff
Ms. Jean Donovan
Ms. Joan Casabian
Ms. Lorraine Castro
Ms. Lisa Cedarquist
Ms. Yvonne Chadwick
Ms. Charlotte Cloutier
Mr. Kenneth Collins
Mr. Paul Conroy
Mr. Alan Coughlin
Mr. William Crane
Mr. David Creighton
Ms. Kathleen Cribben
Mr. Andrew Crisafulli
Ms. Sharon Davis
Mr. Emiliano Diaz
Mr. John Dillon
Ms. Marsha Dinneen
Ms. Mary Dooley
Ms. Linda Dumas
Ms. Carmela Ferioli
Ms. Evelyn Ferioli
Mr. Lawrence Fisher
Ms. Suzelle Fisher
Mr. Paul Folan
Ms. Marcia Gill-Bass
Mr. Richard Gillis
Mr. Jeffrey Gomes
Mr. Wayne Horton
Mr. Gary Hyman
Mr. James Jackson
Ms. Patricia Foster
Ms. Cindy Good
Mr. John Jessop
Ms. Lorna Kane
Ms. Susan Kaszanek
Mr. John Kearney
Ms. Susan Kinney
1 . Ms. Perron and Ms. O'Neil greet students, Tom Sheehan
and Elisabeth Gonyea at the semi-formal.
2. Mr. Crane catches up on his world events and gathers
more information on the threat of Anthrax, which has
gained more attention after the tragic events of this year.
Ms. Laura O'Brien
Ms. Sheryl O'Donoghue
Ms. Wendy Oliver
Ms. Helene O'Neil
Mr. Robert Kostka
Mr. Eileen LaFleur
Mr. John Lennon
Mr. Jonathan Levesque
Ms. Michael Lovecchio
Ms. Kelly Lumley-Leger
Mr. Nora Mantell
Mr. Linda Martin
Clerk/lnst. Media Center
Ms. Diane McGuire
Mr. Glenn Morrison
Drafting & Wood
Mr. Mark Mosher
Ms. MaryAnn Mozzone
Ms. Janice Murphy
Sp. Ed. Aide
Ms. Karen Natale
Mr. Barbara Norman
Mr. Thomas Nyhan
Mr. Dana Osgood
Mr. George Pacheco
Ms. Maureen Papparazzo
Ms. Dolores Paterna
Mr. David Patrick
Ms. Barbara Peddie
Ms. Dale Perron
Mr. Robert Peterson
Ms. Sally Reid
Ms. Jennifer Rezendes
Ms. Deborah Robbins
Mr. Anthony Roza
Ms. Linda Shadley
Ms. Regina Shea
Ms. Brenda Shepard
Ms. Janet Smith
Mr. Jeffrey Sylvia
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Ms. Judith Sylvia
Mr. Richard Sypher
Ms. Linda Ventura-Clements
Ms. Lisa White
Ms. Jane Williams
Ms. Natalie Winsor
Ms. Julie-Lynn Wood
Mr. Steven Sarantopoulos
Head Guidance Counselor
Ms. Mary Ellen Sargent
Mr. Ron Scare-rough
Ms. Caroline Settino
Ms. Joanne Smith
Ms. Priscilla Smith
Ms. Tammie Stone
Ms. Kathleen Swann
Mr. William Walker
Mr. Richard Warren
Ms. Angela Watson
Ms. Heather Welch
Officer George Zanellato
Youth Resource Officer
1. Ms. Dooley prepares herself for the tip off. 2. Ms. Mantell reviews theme grades.
The experiences we've had in our four years at
B-R will never be forgotten. As freshman we were
introduced to a whole new environment. We met
new people, friends, and teachers. As sopho-
mores we formed our close bonds with friends. As
juniors we worked our hardest and prepared for
college. And, finally, as seniors we can look back
at what we've accomplished, and look forward to
what we will achieve. Each year holds its own
favorite memory, whether it be dances, football
games, clubs, or classrooms with our favorite
teachers. We'll never forget our first days as
freshman and our last days as seniors. Good uck,
Class of 2002!
1. Kristina Hanney, Nicole Pincolini, and Allyson
Wright model their identical outfits.
2. Steve Protz is clearly up to no good.
3. On New Year's Eve, Dan Clark, Nina Martelli,
Jessie Fix and Sean Jones wait for the countdown.
4. Marc Freitas waits for his first kiss from Kyle Jose.
5. Nick Silvia eyes the cameraman with a suspicous
6. Kara Silvia and Michelle Almada show us that
dental hygiene is a must.
7. Ian Curry paints his idea of American freedom as
8. Katelyn Lopresti and Julie Duhamel patiently
await arrival at Martha's Vineyard.
9. Keri Dufault, Laura Miller, Meg Jones, Craig
Murray, Michelle Almada, Staci James and Meg
Daily show off their wild school spirit.
10. In the hall, Lauren Mader and Marisa Prisco
wonder how they can make the next yearbook
47 White Street (R)
6 Brookside Drive (B)
FH 1-4; STr 2-4; GT+ GF;
To my girls, YKWYA TY, for
the memories; Canadian
Rebels; S.J., TY, for typing;
Mol, MBF, ILY; Kad, MBF,
TY! Mom + Dad, you're the
best, TY + ILY; Alys, TY for
your guidance, ILY!
67 Elmwood Ave
Lindsay Ann Ayers
"Lin, Duck, Elvis"
577 Oak Street (B)
GT w/GF, A.C., S.A., D.A.,
R.H., T.R., M.B., E.S., T.S.,
IWNFY; GT in the Path +
Papa's; Drea, Freaks on a
rock! Fat Chicks w/
glowsticks; IMY, Mama! GL,
Rachel, And then he gave
you all the power; TY + ILY,
Richard Daniel Barra
500 Forest Street (B)
GTat BR + Busy Bee, T.H.,
J.D., J.G., + R.G.; FB @ BP
+ IWNFall that, CM., C.P.,
J.B., + Mr.D; Me + T.H.Maine
+ Cape; All my times w. T.H.
+ J.D.; The Day R.G.: JP +
Field Trip; All my fam. TY;
R.G., ILY, TY for everything;
TY. to everyone who didn't
believe in me.
1 Janine Circle (B)
BBL 1-4; GT w/ Bridgewater
Raynham Varsity Dream
Team! Doing everthing crazy,
437 North Street (B)
FB 1-4; Volvo crew; GT @
Luther's; NYE @ Vinny's 1-
4; GT Chillin w/ my boys,
YKWYA; Frosh year @ my
house. Will. O.B., Andy,
Vinny; Jess, ILY + IWNFY;
IWNFY Dedee; Iggy Broth-
ers; TY, Mom, Dad, + the
rest of the family, ILY;
Class of 2002 33
347 Main Street (B)
Wtr1-4:Str1-4;Golf 1-2: GT
@ JP w/ K.A.: Lazy Hurdlers!
Campouts w/ Chad, Greg.
Gerry. Jay. Jon, Eli. + Dan!
GT @ South Shore Mall; GT
@ River Rave! TY, Mom +
Dad, ILY! To MBF, Ally , ILY
+ IWMY! GL. Chris + Paul;
GT watching game shows; 4
Lee Anthony Beane, Jr.
325 Hayward Street (B)
Great times bowling + at Bil-
liards: Cassie, ILY + IWNFY;
Mom. thanks for all you did;
Louie, S.C., Bubba, R.M., Matt
+ Mike. IWMY: B.R.C.: R.J..+
anyone I forgot, TY, Good luck
Elizabeth Anne Beshansky
25 Colby Road (B)
Running @ CC. I hate this
part; Ski; SO;Str + Wtr; BB!
FTA; YB: Friendly's: 3; My
house, never again: Sum-
mers @ Dennisport: TY.
Rob, IWNFY. 10/08/00; FL
w/ M.C., then A.B.; Not 'till
Senior year; TY, Mom. Dad
+ Jeff, ILY.
554 Pleasant Street (B)
Str 1; Wtr1:MB1-3;Band1-
4; the boys A.L.. R.C.. G.C..
MB., M.M., J.K.. B.B..C.B..
B.R., J.W.; fateful night @
M.B.'s: DMB 6/01. The Get
Up Kids 11/01: GT @ South
shore; Mom, Dad, K, B, J.
I LY: "Constants aren't so con-
35 Hubbard Lane (B)
TY. Mom, Dad. Eric, + Em.
ILY; Old Orchard Beach,
Maine: Spookyworld. '00:
Richard's house; TY, Panda.
M.M..T.S., J.T.. W.P.. A.M.;
H.K.S.. G.C.: 13: IWNFY.
Mike; Jenn. MBF. ILY:
Grampa. IMY; I'm outta here!
1072 High Street (B)
CC 1-4; NHS; DR 2-4; Ski 2-
4; GT + GF: IWNF, Alanis
08/30/99; Rainbow's End;
Summer 2000; nights @
A.B.'s; Prom; River Rave;
Top Shelf; TY, MBF's;
IWNFY, Steve 06/09/01 ; ILY,
Mom + Dad; GL, Dave +
John, Thank you.
GL, next year, IWNFY, Gilly,
M.O., L.M., J.J., J.R., CM.,
G.L., E.G., M.I., B.W., M.S.,
H.B., L.J.; GT w/ Diversity,
M.O. + J.R.; GT w/ Dr. Ed.;
ILY, Mom, Dad + Shah.
133 First Street (R)
GT + GF w/ YKWYA; Sum-
mer 2001 in Cali w/ A.D.; to
MBF's, Tory Furtado + Kristie
Berg, ILY; K.T., IWNF Fresh-
man yr.; GL, to my sister Lisa
+ G.I.;TY, Mom + Dad, ILY;
Brian, I love you always and
2 Buck Knoll Road (R)
Soc 1-4; Ten 1-4; Too many
memories... GT @ River
Rave, Blink + Hot night;
BRISC '01; P.S. w/ J. A. J.;
GT @ M.B. w/ T.W., J. I., +
J.Z.; Proms; Florida; 10:30
days w/ M.J. + M.C.; ILY,
Mom, Dad, + Meggie.
105 Spruce Street (B)
FB 1-3; GT w/ Mark + Matt;
Cruising in the Birds; Best
Rides w/ M. M.; Good times
down the Cape w/ K.N., T.M.,
M.L,M.M., + E.W.;GL,Ryan;
ILY, Mom + Dad.
Chad Edward Buczek
25 Fairway Drive (B)
Yeah 02! GL to all my friends
YKWYA! IWNF, fun at Batta's!
IWNFJP, 9/1 1/01 God Bless,
+ the great times these past 4
years! Keeping it real @ the
gym; TY, all the teachers,
coaches, counselors, + MBF's
for all the help! ILY, L.D.
Class of 2002 35
836 South Street (B)
Thanks to everyone who
cared, Mom, Dad, Amanda,
and all my friends. It's been
15 Yoke Road (B)
GT W/ Stacey, Amy + Caitlin.
MBF; Jen + Matt; IWNF S.N.
w/ Sara + 10/20/99 w/ S.S.;
ILY J. P. + D.W; TY + ILY,
Mom, Dad, Mary, Shannon,
Brandon + Chez. "Every new
beggining comes from some
other beginnings end" -
125 Winter Street (B)
GT w/ GF, YKWYA; NYE
2001; River Rave; Summer
01 @ Lyns's w/ the buds!
Road trip w/ K.T.; the drive-
way; Senior Prom; Too many
crazy times to fit; TY, Mom +
+ C.C.; Scott, ILY + IWNFY.
27 Staci Drive (B)
A.B.'s; Florida W/L.B.; Christ-
mas; concerts W/ S.D.; River
Rave; proms; Visiting the
guys: Evan 5/14; not till Se-
nior Year! Mom + Dad, TY
104 South Street (B)
Rob, wuddup? we had some
good breakfasts; D.S., you're
the bomb; T.T., Steph is no
worth it; M.C., Hey, man
C.W., hope you get better
D.B., too bad we know th(
same people; to everyone
missed, ILY, see ya around,
gotta love the Insh.
Charleen F. Christofi
8 Bradford Way (B)
MB; FTA; YB; Dance; Ski;
Band; NYE; TY, Mom, Dad,
Kate + Steve, ILY;GT + GF
camping; SP, Bermuda +
MCLA w/ M.B.; TY, Matt for
'. ^L **~
everything, ILY + IWNFY;
I ^^S^^^^^i^l *
TY.M.B. + B.B., ILY; Friends,
TY, for the memories + GL
109 Ruth Ellen Road (R)
BB 1-4; Ten. 1-4, capt.;
Lazzy's house; chillen w/
Capts. T.S.; S.P., W.M.,
K.O.; GT @ Vinnys; Doming
it up; R.I. P. Volvo; Chucks;
RR; Gogglots @ Verackas;
N.M., MBF, IWNFY; GT in
the Camry; Woodland-
Amanda L. Collins
23 Yoke Road (B)
Chorus 1-4; SL4; Ride w/
+ IWNFY Mr.L; D.A., L.S.,
R.H., L.A., Stay in touch,
ILY; Mom, Dad, Shar, Nana
+ Papa, I couldn't do it w/o
you! ILY, GL, Tim, Ta, Zac!
IWNFY, Mike, R.I.P; ILY
141 North Main Street (R)
IWNF, France- L.M., S.S.-
walk to the tower, C.H.- Lyon;
A.S.- punkface; fun @ IMC:
Blink; Mr. Sparkles- A.+ H.RJI
-Tummy! McD's; IWNF, JP-j
Limo, M.M.; A.J., N.C., K.S.-
Eng. Corners; Mes amis- ILY
+ IWNFY; TY, Mom, Dad +
family,, love you all.
Meaghan Virginia Connerty
61 Jennings Drive (R)
girls, ILY, YKWYA; Jr. Soc
girls, IWMY; Sylvia, TY; Pam,
MBF, ILY; Erin, IWMY + GL;
Andrew, ILY, IWNFY; TY,
Mom, Dad, Chris, + Er; Good
luck Class of 2002.
300 Forest Street (R)
VP of the Thursday Club;
"Life moves pretty fast. If you
don't stop and look around
once in a while, you could
miss it."- Matthew Broderick
in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
Jennifer A. Cote
49 Lester Road (R)
FH 1+4; SB 1-4; IWNF 10/
02/00 FH girls: Mo + Rachel
MBF's; GT @ JP '01;
Canobie Lake; FH Goal-
keeper; FL w/ FH; Lteam; 1 3
+ 22, Mo; Gupta ILY! Ba-
nanas C.W.; GT C.C. Jeep
Rides; Snakes! R.I. P. K.S.;
GL, S.P.; ILY, Mom+Dad; GL,
Dan; TY, Cheryl.
Sean P. Cronin
86 Overlook Drive (R)
BB 1-4; GT@Flo's w/ N.P.,
J.N.,J.C.,A.S., + theFHGirls;
GT w/ POPO50; GT @ J.C.'s
house w/ R.F. +N.P; GT w/
the priz yea guys!; PO PO
forever; Laure ILY + TY; Mom
+ Dad, L, M., + M. ILY + TY;
GL next year Mike; GL to ev-
75 Sharon Court (B)
J. P., C.W., J.G., J.C.; T.T;
my brother D.S.; T.S., J. P.,
D.B., J.S. MBFs; Niki- 4/5/
00, I love you; K.B., WGH;
GT w/ Maris- IWNFY; Hi,
C.N.; A.C.;O.Z.;Mom, Dad,
Ian ILY; Isn't it weird that a
gift can be an enemy?
Class of 2002 39
Louis Allan D'Amarino
"Big Lou, Lou"
550 Cross Street (B)
2-4; Mr. Lennon, TY for all
the help + support; GT w/
N.B., LB., S.C., CD., R.M.,
M.D., CM., B.M., R.J., E.P.,
J.S., + anybody I forgot; TY,
+ ILY Mom, Dad, + Ben;
Mandeville, the saga is on.
378 Conant Street (B)
FH 1-4; Ski 1-4; NHS 3-4; 7/
Blink, N.F.G.;JP '01 @ A.B.;
C.C. 01; shoes, blackbag,
+ A.W., IWMY; Boston Bond-
ing; S.A. sleepovers MBF,
ILY; GT + GF, YKWYA; L
team; Mom + Dad TY, ILY.
308 North Main Street (R)
110 Brookside Drive (B)
2-3; Ski 1,2,4; YB 4; GT @
JP; NYE 2001; MV; FH
sleepover @ J. A.; IWNFY
girls; Three's company;
Rebels + Oh Canada! GL,
M.,C, + N.; Adam, IWNFY;
TY, Mom + Dad ILY.
311 Winter Street (B)
GF; Chix In Action; NYE
2002; JP; Nite's @ Dani's;
J.A.'S; Marshfield; B
Squared; The Core; Love
you, gals, YKWYA; TY.Keri!
TY, Mom + Dad, ILY; GL,
Meg, Jen, Ker-Fam; Meg
MBF, Gonna miss you!
"Shorty, C.T, Ames"
85 Baker Road (R)
R.W. Chillin w/the Miskinis
crew; OMG! R.C. IWNFY,
TY; Cheeks ILY, TY,
IWNFY; Shorty + Cheeks 9/
5/01; R. Kelly w/R.C, B.C.,
J. A., + C.H.; Mom + Mike
TY IWMY; Daddy, ILY,
m ILY, IWNFB + C.
45 Apple Blossom Lane (R)
Ski 1-4; Sod -2; CFY Crew;
Shoutout to Motley Crew and
all my other GF, YKWYA; To
my love, Joanna, IWNFY;
GT: 6 Flags.; electronics; ul-
timate frisbee, JP, Ski; "Is
that a loaf of bread?" To my
Mom and Dad, ILY, TY for
Matthew R. Day
12 White Street (R)
Drafting 1 -4 w/ Moe; MBF'S
MRF + SAP you are the
best! I feel the need for
MRF TY 4 always being my
NFO/wingman; SAP TY for
always making good memo-
ries; Mom + Dad, TY for
always being there for me,
52 Alexander Drive (B)
FH1-4; GT + GF; JP; Ply-
mouth; Clean up Crew; GT
after school @ R-F'S; Aero
@ TC; Cobo? CIA Rebel's;
MBFM.A., Do we have a test
today, my twin; J.D., IWNFY;
Sean, TY, Mom + Dad! So
87 Eagle Trace (B)
CC; Ski; Dr; GT + GF @
Semi's + JP 5/25/01;
Dennisport w/ Liz; Top shelf
w/ R.B.; Concerts w/ Meg:
Tent parties at K.L.' s; Nites
@ A. B.'s; more GT @ the
playground; RR '01; MBF's
YKWYA, IWNFY; not till se-
nior year! TY, Mom and Dad,
GL, Mark + Em.
Stephen Doherty, Jr.
197 Park Avenue (B)
STr 3-4; FB 1 ; MT 3-4; Ski
1-4; NHS 3-4; Biddy BB 1-4,
Champs! GT w/ D.O.
Stonehill + during Ski; IWNF
GT. YKWYA; GT + GF
Roche; GO SOX! ILY + TY
Mom + Dad; TY , Dan + Col
60 Hubbard Lane (B)
2-4 Go TJ2; Por Favor
football games and dances;
Remember the frisbee game
from ten stories up; the
Veracka Project. Como
what? IWNF all my friends;
the best of luck, Moe.
55 Crapo Street (B)
Chorus2-4; Erin- "I laughed,
I cried, it moved me. Bob."
L.M. - Random. J.W. -we'll
always have the summers.
A.J., I couldn't have done it
w/o you. Mom + Pa, Thank
You! GL, Tim, I love you all!
180 Main Street
Apt. 101 (B)
To all of the FB team TY ,
IWMY + IWNFY; MBF, K.I.,
ILY, IWNFY; IWMY Moe. TY
we had some good times; To
all of my my teachers, TY;
IWM the whole school. ILBR;
Class of 2002 41
Kristen Marie Dupre
80 Orange Street (B)
TY, Mom, Dad + family for
your love + always support-
ing me. TY, teachers, class-
mates + faculty for a great
learning experience, IWMY.
B.F., ILY + IWNFY, TY, for
being there for me + you will
always be in my heart; MBF,
A.F, ILY; GL, class of "2002",
we did it!
1 1 Bridge Street (B)
Soc 1-4; GTw/M.B., C.B.,
G.C.; I want to thank my
parents and Cailin for all
Amanda C. Enos
66 Mill Street (B)
STr 2; Ski 1-4; My hunny,
C.W., I Love You; our secret
beach; Jillian + Lala in dance;
L.F., Carol + Wayne; GT soph.
year;MBF,K.K.,J.G., + C.C;
TY, Mom, ILY; GL Brian +
Alison Nicole Erbeck
8 Cedar Crest Drive (B)
Ski 1 -4; SB 1 -2; BB 1-2; NHS;
US1; GT+GF; Summer '01;
Kiss20+22, Blink, BNL; Cape;
Angel's, IWNFY; Bonding
nights; 7-4; NYE; PCC; Semi,
JP; Sky Diving, W.W. Rafting;
work w. M.J.; MBFs N.P. +
R.F., IWMY; TY + ILY, Mom,
Dad, Doug, + Noni.
95 Fox Hill Drive (B)
Golf 1-4; Capt; GT @ OSL
WAC w/ Sylvia; RS and YB
M.M.,K.L,L.M.,LD., + C.M.
God Bless America; Mom
Dad ILY; GL, Holly + Jamie
Mark, who's the man?
Goodbye, y'all, I'll always be
Jessica Lynn Fix
359 Hall Street (R)
" And here I am finally
over.. .What awaits hopefully
happier times and doing
things I regret not doing
here."- A friend; Good luck
everyone; Thanks to all my
friends and family who
helped and supported me.
484 Summer Street (B)
FB 1-4 capt.; BBL 1-4; Wt
room 1-4; BB 1; WTr 2; Ski
1-4; MBF J.N.; Mystery
Alaska; Clean up crew;
popo50 forever GT; Three's
company; Friend for life A. E. ;
GT + GFw/FHCrew;GT
J.C.'s house; TY to all my
friends and family, IWMY.
Class of 2002 43
71 Spring Street (B)
Thanks, friends. ILY. you
mean the world to me! GT w/
Amanda. Jacqui. Lynda.
Kate. T.S.. K.I.. and Brian.
ILY all: Adam. ILY 6-4-01:
Mandi. MBF. ILYA! K.M..
bathroom break: Mandi. 2
pair: You nasty. Jay: GL 2
Sam. Rina and Justin: Mom
+ Dad.lLY. Thank you.
135 Boxwood Lane(B)
Soc 1-4: GT @ L.S.. B.G..
M.V.. D.C.: Swipin' w/ Brad:
Lyford games 2K. 2K1 : The
TV show? w/ Brad and Kyle:
Movies @ J.M. '99: GL to
Craig. Kev. PM. + All my
bros YKWYA: GT w/ Gor-
don: TY. Mom + Dad ILY;
GL. A. B. + M.
364 Vernon Street (B)
FH 1-4: NHS3-4:GT + GF @
BR!: To my girls. YKWYA.
ILY + IWNFY! Nights @
Dani's - J.A.'s! Real World!
CA Rebels! Lost in Boston!
JP. GT! TY. guys for the
memories! IWNF: I LOVE
YOU. Mom + Dad! GL. John.
Jim. Alicia. Jeff. + Josh! ILY.
480 Hayward Street (B)
FH1: MBFs. Lisa. Kristen.
Val. - Dez: Rhode Island- GT:
JP w/ S.L.: July 4th - Ply-
mouth: GT @ Dezi's: NYE '98
@ Val's: NYE 00 W< S.L.:
Walking through a blizzard
IWNFY. ILY: Mom. Dad + K.G.
268 Forest Street (R)
Mu 1-4: SO 1-4: MBF Matt.
Andy. Scott. Rachel. +
Steph: GT C+C, Shaw's.
Mobil. + J. Bond: Math, down
w/ sickness: TY. Mom. Dad.
Phil. ILY: Intel. Siberia: GO.
800 Auburn Street (B)
Chorus 1-4: MB 1-2: IWNF
JPw. CO.. A.Q.. B.S.. LP..
S.P.. + K.A.. IWMY: A.Q.:
A.R.. C.H.. + E.K.. IWNFY:
5-16-00: I love you .Chris:
TY. Mom. Dad. + Shana: GL.
C.F., + all my other young
friends: Good-Bye. BR: I DID
13 Pleasant Street (R)
Sch. Mu. CFY + GD :IWMY
Mrs.W:Rayn.Y. Soc + Dome:
H2H w/ E.L: IWNF MBFS.
J.A..K.B..H.B..K.S.. + J.M.,
GT: TY Dr.P. Mr. F. Ms. M. +
Ms. W: GL Evo.most impor-
tantly Z +A: I L Y Mom + Mark.
Dad. Zoe. Jan. + Amy.
Ryan M. Gardiner
41 Ramblewood Drive (R)
BBL 1-4; BB 1-2; GT w/
Murray + Fatpants; Master of
the custodial arts; GL, M.C.;
Chillin' at Wendys; ILY, Mom
+ Dad; Carl, thanks, bro; Amy
Joe you're the coolest;
847 Orchard Street (R)
FH1, Dr3+4, FTA 4; IWNF,
A.H., K.M., T.S., G.T., R.F.,
D.P. + B.K.; To all my friends,
thanks for always being there!
Brian, TY for everything, I will
always be your girl, ILY; Mom
+ Dad, you both are the wind
beneath my wings, I LOVE
9 Hayward Street (B)
GL in the future; IWNFY and
IWMY; Thanks, Mom + Dad.
34 Elm Street (B)
GT + GF; C.H., B.H., K.B.,
C.P., J. P.; Six Flags '01;
Thank you, Mom, Leo,
Grampa; GL, To my family +
friends; ILY, Jeremy.lWNFY;
Good luck to class of 2002!
We made it; GL + ILY who
ever I forgot.
Renee E. Gaudette
105 Jackson Drive(R)
Good times w/A.T.; CC + NY
w/ S.J.; L.S. 8th grade; Semi
'99 R.P.; Soph. yr. @ Higgy's;
MBFS.J.; IWNFY; GL, V.C.,
CM., S.S., + friends; IWNF
JP+ Party; Woody, TY+ ILY
7-9-00; TY, Mom, Dad, + Ja-
574 East Elm Street (R)
MBF, C.R., J.K., TY, Mr. B,
Mrs. K + Ms. Mozzone,
IWNFY; ILY, Grandma +
Grandpa; Howy, IWNFY
Grandma, Robby, + Scooter.
TY + ILY; To all my family,
Mom, ILY + TY for all your
support; ILY always, Marrisa
186 Forest Street (B)
Soc 1-4; BBL 1-4; BB 1-2:
what's up, T-squad, P.N.,
J.M., K.M., L.S., + D.C.; 99
cent menu @ Wendy's; To
M.C+J.M; Mrs. Holt, yeah.
all my teachers; Mom. Dad,
Ryan + Matt, ILY; ILY, Meg +
Class of 2002 45
50 Calthrop Drive
CG 2-3; GT w/ J.S., T.S.,
K.M., + A.Q.; This year has
been so crazy! IWNF JP,
Yeah Jen! Cruising w/ the
Pep Boyz; Kate, Police +
Playgroungs, gotta respect;
IWNF MBFs ILY + GL; TY
Mom + Dad, ILY.
520 Plymouth Street (B)
MBF, Gulusha, GL, IWNFY;
Matt, GL; Aaron, GL, with
Vague; GT + GF at Roche
Bros.; Rob Prime; Hot pocket;
my other friends; Everquest;
350 Plymouth Street (B)
IWNF, K.C..D.C, J.R., J.S.,
D.M., P.F., S.P.; Ashtead w/
Petty; Leprechauns; NYE '99;
NYE 00; Jetty; Crazy light
shows; Boom-Boom; N.H.
house; IWNF, max on 4/20;
TY, Ms. Mozzone and Ms.
Cardone; TY + ILY, family;
ILY forever, Kenny! GL.
2105 Pleasant Street (B)
Barrie J. Guarino
435 Pleasant Street (B)
WTr2-4;STr1-4;GT + GF;
JP 5/25/01; Jr. lunches; Nik,
W + G! GL, C.C.; Rob 24
hours! Chad, cloudy skies;
H.S. + Sa,copcar;S.C. ILY,
fat lady forever; Mike, my
best friend, ILY; IWNF yel-
low house; GL, B-R; Mom,
Dad, S.G., I made it!
105 Legge Street (B)
RS; movies IWNF, Aliens,
Robocop, Batman, Preda-
tor, Terminator, Spider-man;
WWF Monday and Thurs-
day; MBF, Cook, Swanson,
Cannon, K. Hill, Pillsbury,
Martinez, Conrad, Praino;
"You gonna cry?"
15 Beverly Circle (B)
GT w/ Rachel, Lynda, Kate,
+ Jac, IWNFY! IWNF #8, 2
Pair, NSync, Clubbie, Curbs
+ BK! All my guys, ILY,
YKWYA! M.K. + C.E.,
IWNFY! GL, Sam, Rina, +
Figgins! GL, Bennett, IWMY!
GL, Ash, ILY! TY, Rach, your
MBF; Mom + Dad, I love you
Catherine Christine Hathaway
28 Mount Prospect Street (B)
Mu 1-4; AC 2-3; MB 1,2,4;
Peer Mediation 1-4; CWC
w/K.R. + M.K.,3-4;Alanis +
Tori, 8-31-99; S.H. - Swiss
Miss! To Rl?! River Rave;
Circles; France '01 ; Lyon w/
M.C.; MBFs, C.S. + K.S.,
ILY! TY, Mom + Jim; GL,
Jennifer Mork Haynes
625 North Street (B)
FH 1-4; BB 1; SB 1; GTw/
the girls! ILY + IWNFY! Mo-
Elite 1 0; "1 7"; bond game w/
J. I.; Aloha night!; Italy '01 w/
A.W., J.A., M.L.; K.H.-MBF!
Analogy Time; ILY + TY,
Mom + Dad!; ILY + GL, Ash
+ Jill!; GL, Scott + Erica!
236 North Street (B)
Hanging out w/ M.L., D.C.,
S.M., + D.M., GT @ D.C.;
GL, to all my friends; IWNF
my high school years; ILY,
Mom and Dad.
1620 South Street (B)
FB 1-4; Capt; SB Champs
'00; WTr 2-4 Capt;Str 2-4
Capt; MBF's W.B., L.S., +
M.J.; Woody all the GT; GTw/
11, 23, 44, 74, 33, 24, + 10;
L.S., RR 2K! JP + SP, GT;
C.H. ILY, 2-14-01; Mom +
Dad, ILY, TY, for everything.
"Kathy, Monkees Freak"
636 North Street (B)
SO 1-4, Capt 4; AC 2-4; FTA|
3-4; CWC Forever! Talent:
Show '01 ; Keep on Daydream
Believing! JP w/ B.B.; GT +i
GF @ Roche Bros; MBF's
D.J., CM., K.R., B.P., S.P.,
J.R., K.Hags; I feel kind oft|
fresh!; IWNF Coffee w/ K.R.
+ C.M.;ILY + TY,Mrs.Anania
90 Laurel Drive (B)
Hey, Oatz, Mike, Nick, Nelly,
you're my boys IWNFY; Me,
Oatz, Mike in the old S-10
on Locust Street; 2 am
snack from Chessmans; I
will never forget them days;
Kara we had something spe-
cial 1 0/28/00, IWNFY; Mom,
Dad, and Mandy, I love you
guys; Radha, you're theone!
221 Elm Street (B)
BB1;SB1+2; VB 2; Ozzfest
baby! MBF, S.G., J.H., J.B.;
ILY, forever J. A.!; Remember
truck @ D.S.'s or driving to
BK rolling hard;GL,R.H.,S.S.,
+ J.S., you still got two years;
knew I'd make it + I'm out.
Hey, all, we're out; To MBF
R.F + E.C. ILY; To my GF
A.H., A.B., K.I., J.J., S.G.,
C.H.,+ B.K.GL;Dad + Tracy
TY + ILY; To my angel J. C.
IMY, ILY + RIP; to anyone I
forgot I'm sorry; Hey, Ray,
go to Shaniquas salon!
Whad up, OZ!
May the road rise to meet
you, May the wind be always
at your back, The sun shine
warm upon your face, and
until we meet again, may
love find you soft and safe;
Love to all my friends and
family; Kuli, I will never for-
" Jen, IA"
725 South Main Street (R)
Soc 1-3; FTA; YB; NHS; GT
+ GF; IWNFY! Angels; JP
Brisc 2001; CC01; Blink
River Rave; P.S. W/ JAJ
Bonding nites; M.B. w/T.W.,
A.B.,J.Z.;GT@ A.B.'s; NYE
'01;TY, Mom + Dad, ILY; GL,
Mike + Kristi.
11 Satucket Trail (B)
dancing; Fab4, YKWYA; The
DR; GT w/ GF @ JP; 99
crew; Harry, ILY;Pal;6flags;
curbie; Spring break '02; TY
+ GLtoall, ILY; Mom, Dad +
fam ,TY, ILY; Seniors '02.
180 Main Street (B)
everyone else, ILY guys! TY
Mrs. Papparazzo + Mrs.
Buckley you guys are the
best! ; Sarah almost done! ILY;
To my family TY for caring,
ILY! B.D. your MBF; FB/His-
tory w/ M.D.
213 Cynthia Drive (R)
Wr 1-2; STr 1-4; NHS 3-4;
CHORES 1-4; WTr 3; DE 4;
"Hey, motley crue, remem-
ber 10th grade math class?"
GL, to my sister Jen; M.F.,
It's real cold in Siberia; Hi to
M.F., E.E., J.D., J.S., CD.,
C.A., L.D., L.M., + AC.
Class of 2002 -W
Staci Ann James
58 Nottingham Drive (R)
Soc 1-3: SB 1-2: GT + GF
Riverside: JP: Brisc 4-01
Nites @ Danica's: MV
Marshfield: B Squared: Cape
Cod w/ R.G.: Weekend @
J.A.'s:B+J's + RW:TY.Mom.
Dad. Megan. ILY.
50 Crescent Drive (B)
1765 South Street (B)
Soc 1 -4: Ten 3 + 4: BRISC w/
M.L..LF..N.M.: JPw/ every-
one: NH w/ T.H. + M.L; Laz-
es crib: GT w/ T-squad +
W.B.. B.G.: L.E.S. IWNFY:
Mom. Dad. Mike. + Katie. TY.
88 Theresa Road (R)
Ten. 1-4: Ski 1-4: NHS: GT
w/ GF. IWMY: 10:30 days w/
A.B.. IWNFY: work w/ Ali:
Angels. IWNFY: ME + FLw/
K.S.: M.B.. IWMY: NYE:
Summer "01: 7/4/01: semi +
JP: Girls' nights: Superbowl:
TY + ILY. Mom. Dad. + Danni:
95 Three Rivers Drive (B)
First and foremost. TY. God.:
ILY. Mom + Dad TY for the
support. Fifi, Ludgy. Zi.
Nessa. Cedric. Wusler. Sue.
* everyone else (YKWYA):
ILY all: Rest In Peace. Reggie
and Vince. ILY both + III see
you when my time comes.
Sean P. Jones
35 Macy Street (R)
Soc 1 +2: Ski 1 -4: GT w/ M.L.
@ water country: summers
down the cape w/ A.T.:
Wednesday nights w/ Fixie;
Boston trips: JP @ C.W.'s:
6th period study w/ J. A.: TY.
Mom. Dad. Brian. + Mark, ILY.
68 Baker Road (R)
84 Sully Road (R)
SB 1 -4. capt.: BB1 : GT w/GF:
GLtoC.M., M.O.. S.B.J. R
C.J..J.I..C.M.:Mrs. Inno. ILY
+ IWNFY you're in my heart
forever. RIP: To MBF. Mike.
ILY w/ all my heart! TY + ILY.
Mom. Dad. Auntie. Tray. Jess.
Sheba! RIP. Cody.
10 Brown Street (B)
Maura B. Kelley
85 Forest Drive (B)
FH1-4; BB1; FL + IN '01;
Rach + Cotay MBFS; Jen -
JP'01! Bananas, C.W.; GTs
@ C.C.; J. P. IWNFY!; R.L.,
my 2nd sis ILY! TY, Pat, Ry, +
Sa! TY + ILY, Mom + Dad.
You have to put up with with a
lot of rain to get the rainbow,
and here we are!; GL every-
one; To K.N. + L.D. TY; A. C.,
L.M., N.F, IWNFY or any of
my friends, YKWYA; L.D.,
TY, IWMY + ILY more than
words can say; GL, hun;E.C.,
126 Worcester Street (B)
600 North Main Street (R)
I'm out of here! TY, to all my
family; Howdy to my cowboy.
IMY + thanks for always be-
ing there, you are the best!
Hey to everyone else
YKWYA; It's been fun but its
over, so good bye.
Class of 2002 51
835 Plymouth Street (B)
I will never forget these four
years!: ILY. Dave, I couldn't
have done it without you; GL,
R.W.; GT w/ MBF, J.C @
Mickey D's: TY. Mom. Dad,
Georgie, Danny + Devon, ILY;
Hey, Dave, let's go to my
house and play solitaire: I'm
"Munchkin, The Mountain"
557 East Street (B)
CG 1-3: NHS; MBF. S.S.,
IWNFY- we're the same per-
son! IWNF, late night drive
bys; GT @ the cape; Ply-
mouth w/ A.F.! JP=GT w/
GF; FL '99; Coyotes forever;
Italy '02; ILY, w/ all my cake!
990 South Street (B)
30 Plymouth Street (B)
CIAs- 10/2/00; Canadian
Rebels; GT w/ my girls-
YKWYA, GL!FL + IN00;FL
. FH '01: JP '01; C.V. # 1!
MBFs- Cote + Mo, TY, for
everything + IWNFY! TY,
Mom + Dad, ILY! GL, Chris]
Jennifer Nicole Larson
20 Hayward Street(B)
TY, Mom. Dad. John. Dave,
Matt; Nan. ILY + IMY: Gerry.
Q.. I'm still on yourside; A.C.,
M.S., M.M., J.S., T.S.. J.T.,
A.M., S.M., ILY + IWNFY:
Spookyworld, J.H. + M.H.:
O.O. B; Fritolady: Richard's
House: 42; A. P.; Later, Later!
225 Grange Park (B)
CC 1 : Soc 2-4; Wtr + Str ,
capt.; GT w/ GF, YKWYA.
Super Crew, IWNFY; Jilly
.MBF. ILY: Italy: N.M..DDX2
+ Scot., CA.SP: Sean + Tom
+ Craig + Marc ,IWMY.
Lylas.Jess + Ka; GT w/ B.W.;
TY, Sylvia, Mom, Dad, Pat +
Tim, ILY. times infinity.
40 Amherst Avenue (B)
Town SB 1-4; NHS: Math
Team 1-4 M.S. + C.S.
Coolest: Teen Cell: IWNF
Appreciation Days: L.B.,
AP Chem! Thank You, Mom
+ Dad; Good Luck, Jeanne
+ Becca: I Love You All!
35 Woodland Drive(B)
Soc1-4;GT + GF;Melloout
N.M. + L.F.; IWNFY GIRLS;
GT @ JP; TY J.S. IWNFY;
GT @ SC; GT w/ B.O.,
IWNFY; Grampi ILY IWNFY;
GT@ NY 01; IWNFY GUYS;
TY Mom + DAD ILY; GT w/
J.S. +T.S., IWNFY; TY Kyle,
ILY6-15;ILYTara + Joe;GL
Dan, Kim, + Trish.
31 Sully Road (R)
MB 1-4; CB 1-4; Mu 1-4; Cho-
rus 3-4; WE 3-4; CWC 3-4; JB
3-4; TY, G.H., P.M., Couldn't
have done it without you; GL,
MBF.YKWYA; IWNFY, J.W.,
A.R..K.D.; all my friends; ILY,
Mom + Joe; IWMY Drumline
B.S., G.H., P.M., J.D., E.E.,
291 Pleasant Street (R)
Ski 2-4; RR01; MBF; GT @
A.B.'s + J.Z.'s; Plymouth State
College w/ J.D.; Hot night 5
concerts; IWNF 9/9/00; S.O.;
GT @ L.B.'s; summers @
W.I.; ILY + TY, Mom, Dad,
and Chuck; ILY + IWNFY,
522 South Main Street (R)
Soc 1; GT @ J.S.'s; getting
lost on the island; Rumble at
rompers; Fireworks; Basket-
ball w/ C.S; TY, Mom, Dad,
Chris + Erik ILY; GL, All my
friends; Revenge on C.C.; ILY
C.K.; Drivers Ed camera;
Keep the party going!
539 King Street (R)
MB + CB 1-4; WE 3; SL 4;
Disney 99!; Kentucky 01 ; 9/
11/01 God bless; King
Richards w/ E.K.; Thanks
Mr.H! Aren't instruments fun?
My "rock collection"; I do not
glow in the dark! ILY, Mom +
Dad; TY, P.M. + V.C.; GL,
Class of 2002 53
410 Forest Street (R)
FB, capt. 1-4; BBL 1-3; Mobil
crew, w/ R.P. + R.M.; To the
bandits, Tom, Kach, Ian;
Snake; The TV show? Lyford
games 2000 + 2001 ; " We risk
so little and regret so much"-
55 Jennifer Circle (B)
Wr 1 -4; lifting w/ Lennon; sum-
mers @ Ramco w/ Dad; Wr
clubs; working @ Bogs w/
Holmes; Knee surgery; Nos-
talgic for Reagan; classic rock
+ 80's metal; GT + GF M.B.,
I.C., L.D., E.W.; TY, Mom,
Dad, Coach, + Mr. Lennon;
GL, Jaime and Kevin.
Gail A. Maloney
370 Plain Street (B)
Senior Year! Ladies night w/
C.S.,M.I.,S.M.,C.N., + K.A.;
Prom + 3 Semis w/ B.M.,
ILY! high school sweet
hearts. MBF C.S. and fam-
ily, I wouldn't be here without
your help.; Mom + Dad, ILY,
I finally did it! Lynn + Paul,
TY, SB '02!
Lauren Nicole Mader
105 Hickory Drive (R)
2-4 CL Capt.; K. A. Road Trip;
A.C. + A.F., IWMY + GL!
MBF, En, Ke, + Ris! IWNFY;
9/28/01; Prov., Mayflower,
Wed., JP w/ J.N., Silano,
Semi, N.C. '02, GT; R.L,
S.C.,M.R.,C.S.,E.W. + B.H.,
IWMY! IWNFY, J.N.; TY +
ILY, Mom + Dad; GL, Kate + 1
30 Cobblestone Lane (B)
Everything has gone by way
too fast, we have had some
great times with friends and
peers. But finally we're
moving on with our lives.
118 Union Street (B)
Str3-4; NHS 3-4; Camping in
Batta's backyard w/ Eli, DOC,
the girls; Dubar still reigns!
River Rave + Eve6 2001!
UNH w/ M.B. + My Bro; Dome
Building; Bengalspride; Mom,
Dad, + Steve, ILY!
Nina Marie Martelli
12 Highland Terrace (B)
DC TRIP and Boston; Mol,
DDx2; My Girls YKWYA! JR
Soccer Gals IWNFY! K.D.,
my #1 cuz! IWNF ReRe's!
Super Crew! Sylvia, TY for
everything! D.C., MBF,
IWMY! M.V. , R.M., + M.F.,
IWMY! Ry.yourmyBF, ILY!
TY Mom, Dad, Grams,
+Gramps! GL, A.M., + BJ!
747 Hill Street (R)
K.R. + K.H., MBF; IWNF
Beavis + Butthead; IWNF
Southpark; Hey, K.R. let's
go play some tennis; Jack-
son ILY; Hi, Mom, ILY! T.S.,
R.G., D.H., andG.T.; IWNF
River Rave 5/26/01; R.G.
IWNF Eve 6; ILY, Weezer
and ILY, Greenday!
534 Vernon Street (B)
To MBFS, L.W. + L.B.,
IWNFY!; T.M., L.W., + L.B.
forever! Drive -bys; 3 pt. turns;
Florida '00 + '02; NYE '01;
TC, GT w/ Nsync + Nelly; JP,
GT w/ GF! How are yooou
doing? I'm stuck! ummm,
stop! Quack! To all my
friends, IWMY + TY; Mom +
Dad + Lisa, ILY.
98 Ruth Ellen Road (R)
BB 1-4; Soc 1-4; NHS; T-
Squad; FT @ Billy's + Luth's;
Movies '99; Hanging w/
friends; Wut up, D? GT@CC;
GT+GF, M.F., CM., R.G.;
IWNFY AT., cats + dogs for-
ever; Camping w/ P.M.; GT+
GF M.C. + D.C.; GL, Jen,
Shaun, Amy; ILY, Mom, Dad,
20 Pond Street (B)
FB 1-4 capt.; GT @ Luther's;
GT w/ GF you know who you
are; River Rave '98 + '99; GT
w/ Laura, ILY; TY, Mom +
"The Guy, Eli"
59 County Road (R)
GT hanging with the guys;
GT cruising in the T-birds w/
M.L. and K.B.; BR's weaving
w/ the boys; Breakfast on Fri-
days; TY, GT w/ R.F., C.A.,
+ the guy; ILY M.J.
322 Locust Street (R)
CL 1+2; NHS 3+4; GT+GF;
H.W., IWNFY; M.C, IWNF
all our good times; IWNF the
5 trees; SuperCrew'02; J.M.,
IWNF Soph, year; TY, Mom,
Dad + Chnssy, ILY; Dan, ILY
2-24-01 ; "This was a time to
remember"; Bye, BR!
98 Lyman Place (B)
Hoc 1 -3; Jets game w/ Dan +
Nicole; GT @ JP w/ Matt;
summer of '00; MBF Matt;
TY, Mom, Dad, Nicole, and
Kayla ILY + GL.
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Class of 2002 55
Kate E. McKenney
114 Oak Street (R)
Dr 3+4; IWNFY A.H., L.G.;
GT + GFw/G.T.,J.S.,T.S.,
R.F.. S.E.; IWNF NSync +
R.G., IWNF Peps, police, +
playgrounds! to MBF
Meghan. GL + ILY;TY, Mom
+ Dad: Powers! good night,
Kevin. ILY + IWNFY! AND
74 Lakeview Drive (R)
Don't cry because it's over,
smile because it was all worth
while: GT w/ GF: I love you
guys. GL w/ everything in the
future: J.I. TY. for always be-
ing there IWNF Jen. Annie.
Jen: Point Sebego : BRISC
"01" soc: JP: YB; Str: Wtr:
TY. Mom. Dad. + Kristin ILY.
646 North Street (B)
BBL 1-4. Capt.: Soc 2-4,
Capt.: BB 1-4; NHS: Volvo
Crew: Vin. Ben. J.B.. Joe.:
NYE @ Vin's 1-4: GT @
Joe's. Luth's. Mike's. CLUB
HEAT: GT w/ the boys:
Clarky's: Mom. Dad. Ashley
ILY + TY: Meaghan. ILY +
IWNFY: GL. 2002'
179 Main Street (B)
Var Hoc 1-2 @ C.H.S.;Var
Golf 1-2 @ C.H.S.: ILY
Rachel + IWNF The GT
The Playground w/ you. 6/9/
01. : GT w/MBF. YKWYA;
Summer2001 : IWNFthe JP;
Gotta Love BR: GT playing
crazy crazy eights w/ R.B. +
92 Macy Street (R)
NHS. DR. YB. WAC. FLC.
MT. Renaissance. SADD:
GT + GF @ PCC: IWNF
France. London, the hotel:
NYE 99: Manhunt on Macy
St.: R + R IMY; TY. Meg.
MBF; I WMY to all my friends
@ CSPA: TY. ILY. Mom.
Dad. Les: TY. GL. to all my
friends @ BR. IWNFY.
"Millz, Mr. Mills"
191 Cynthia Drive (R)
Whats up, D.P., E Dubbs,
N.O., E.A.;GT @ RR + WT,
Wyomang! N.O., we go so
fast in the stang.; 4 years
Wr.; 3 great years + 2 proms
w/GailM.,ILY, Baby; What's
up Cheeks? YKWYA; Mom +
Bill + Dad, ILY + TY; GT
Sedells w/ N.O. + M.M.
83 Dean Street (B)
GT @ Luth's; NYE @ Vin's;
GT + BT @ my house; GT w/
Mantycat w/ W.M., S.P.,
B.B., M.K., R.P.; Mobil w/
Me, Vin, Wilson, GT; Hal-
loween '00, Nina, thanks for
the bruises! R.I. P. Cougar;
GT @ Chucks; TY, Mom,
Dad, + Matt.
50 Carver Drive (B)
US1; GT in FL. + NJ.; Go
TJ2;NHS.GT + GF@ Blink
+ NFG 7/28/01; Racing Ice
w/C.O.; The Chemistry Song
w/ E.E. + O.Z.; To all my
friends, YKWYA, IWMY; GL,
K.I., A.J., M.C., E.E., J.D.,
R.J.; "Well, I guess this is
growing up." Mom, ILY.
Erin Elizabeth Morin
1 15 Stoney Brook Road (R)
[To MBF, La, Risa, + Ke, so
Imany GT; IWNF, Wednes-
days, Mayflower, Lunches +
|2 words; JP w/ J.B.; La, Risa,
l+ Ke, 9/28/01; It's been the
Itime of our lives, too bad it
IGL, next yr! TY, Mom, Dad,
JLes, + Ry.
Lori Elizabeth Moberg
350 Plain Street (B)
Chorus 2-4; L.D.- ABC; A. C. -
TY; Family- ILY + TY; Alex-
GL little brother; B.S.-GL;
G.L.-uhuh; Paul- TY, for al-
ways being there, ILY! PS- I
kept the faith; GL, Class of
168 Main Street (B)
50 Woodland Drive
Hoc 1-2; OSL 1-2; NHS 3-4;
GT w/ T.S.; GT @ Lazzy's;
Woodland! NYE @ Billy's; GT
@ Vinny's; Chuck's; River
Rave; JP w/ R.P.; Clark's
house; Wendy's; TY. Mom +
Dad, ILY, H.L., GL; Ghost
Rider; Movies '99; Special K.
Class of 2002 57
52 Center Street (R)
St. Patty's 2001 w/ M.L. +
R.G.; Mobil; to the bandits
I.D, K.N. M.L. + R.G.; Boom
Boom Baby Girl no doubt
30 Paul-Joseph Lane (B)
GT @ CAPEw/K.A., M.I., +
A.C.; the Dr.; GT in NH w/
C.N.; Girls Nitew/MBPs; To
C.S.,C.N., + M.B. ILYGuys;
GTw/99Crew; Spring Break
'02; TY, Mom + Dad; GL,
Clappa, IWMY; Seniors '02.
88 Michael Road (R)
22 Jade Drive (R)
4; 5-0 Nights w/ the Force;
Camry Crew 4 Life; GT @ the
Flo house; My boy Richie,
GL, kid; Pond Hockey
League; J. Z.; TY, Mom, Dad,
Tess + Kels, ILY.
130 Conant Street (B)
+ A.C.; IWNF Girls Nights;
Skiing in N.H.w/S.M.;M.C,
IWNFY; TY, Mom, Dad, +
family for always being there
for me, ILY; GL, Bella.
120 Lounsbury Drive (R)
Ping Pong w/ Tom + Jon; GT
w/S.I.; NJ w/Tom + Jon; TV
show w/ Marc, Kyle, Matt; Lyf
Games 2K, '01; Flicks w/
M.F.; Talent Show; R.M. +
K.C.P.; Nights w/ my bud, Liz
+ K.J.; ILY + TY, Ma, Da,
Cole, Sean, Mo, all Fam;
MBF, Kim, ILY.
54 Carmel Circle (B)
GL to all my friends, S.B.,
J.R., CM., J.J., J.N., C.J.,
J.J., C.R., L.S.; Special
Thanks to Gilly! CM., L.S.
J.J., CM., L.S., JR. Finals!
S.B..J.R., Drs.Ed! To all my
family, ILY! IWNFY All!
1075 Summer Street (B)
To MBFS, B.W., IWNF, the
summer days; N.J., IWNF,
the night of the pros +
Kickboxing: M.T. + J.E., al-
ways remember those GT
in Somerset + the summer
days + nights; L.S. + A.P,
remember all the GT; ILY all
+ IWNFY; TY, Mom + Sam,
ILY; Later, BR, TY.
50 Quequechan Circle (R)
Soc 1 , Wtr 2, Weight lifting 1 -
4; Wyoming to E.A., B.M.,
Guy, E.W.,D.H.,K.B.,G.C +
YKWYA; GT in Vicky + the
Mom, Dad, Sweet Lou, TY;
The best way to make a
dream come true is to wake
up; 9/11/01, IWNF.
1218 Pleasant Street (B)
US1- 4 Years; B.P., J.C.,
M.M., J.W., and everyone
else, have fun in college; My
soon to be best friend: my
Honda! J.W, get a new truck;
thats all; Remember Imports
all the way
36 Dartmouth Road (B)
Wr 1-2; Ski 1-4, Audi R.I. P.;
PoPo50 forever, J.C., R.F.,
S.C, J.N.; Jenni, thanks for
being MBF; GT @ J.C.'s
house; Why did you back
into me guy? Yeah big ones
please; Mom, Dad, Chris,
| Tom, + Bri, TY; Thanks to all,
Good luck to all my friends!
24 East Street (B)
Light guy for musicals: Sound
of Music, Crazy for You, Guy
and Dolls, Grease; Capt. Hoc;
US1; IWNFMBFsJe.JP, Er,
Bek, Ba, Jo, Honk, Jes; GT +
GF; DMB #1; Hey beautiful
YKWYA; MBF, GL + IWMY;
Eat, drink, and be merry!
Class of 2002 59
Danielle Marie Pereira
59 Sandy Hill Road (R)
Mom and Dad thanks for be-
ing there, ILY;MBFSonj,GT,
we've been through so much,
ILY; IWNFS.H., CM., G.T.,
K.M.; Larry, me and you
4-29-01 , Baby I'll always love
you forever, I "Promise".
125 Redwing Drive (B)
To many crazy times to fit;
NYE 2001 ; Aerosmith w/ E.G.
+ J.C.; Saturday nights,
YKWYA; IWNF the fun times
I've had w/ everyone,
YKWYA; GL,J.C.,C.C., E.G.,
R.P. + S.G., I love you guys;
Mom + Dad, TY, ILY; Blake
ILY + IWNFY!
144 Cynthia Drive (R)
70 Gem Circle (R)
GL, everyone + take it easy;
Keep the car on the road +
trucks + jeeps off; 4 cyl. 4x4;
Matt + 120 volts + riding @
pwr. lines; summers @ the
Cape; Hanging w/ Mattx2,
A.C., B.P., L.D., M.B., S.C.,
K.H., C.A., M.A., D.A.,TY.
433 High Street (B)
GT + GF; SA's, ILY guys;
'01 ; JP @ A.B.'s; semi's; July
4th; Blink, Kiss 20 + 22; bond-
ing nights; PCC; Ali, MBF,
IWMY; Mom + Dad, TY, ILY;
GL, Lauren + Jackie.
220 Bedford Street (B)
Toall my people IWNFY, L.D.,
S.H., A.C., J.T., K.M., C.H.,
A.F., K.D., E.M., K.F., J.D.,
D.O., M.M., S.M., K.H., J.H.;
IWNF, the summer of 2001!
One love; Stay cool!
1064 High Street (B)
Rock on! SO, headbanging
fun forever2-4; US1 , 1 ; Str2;
K.H., A.B., L.G., S.H., AT.,
L.L., A.R., K.T., T.S., B.S.,
LB., IWNFY; JP w/ L.C., +
T.M.; S.P., cool car; A.C.,
cool do; K.H., keep the ball
bouncing; to MBF, I leave a
bar of 1/2 eaten chocolate.
Wendy Lorraine Proctor
22 Bally Drive (R)
ILY, Mom, Thank you for
everything! GL Chris, ILY.
D.P.;GLS.A., D.A., R.H., +
CM.; TY, L.G. for always
being there for me, ILY!
BRIAN, I don't know what I
would do w/o you, ILY w/ all
my heart. 12/27/99.
2055 Pleasant Street (B)
Too many to thank, just know
ILY always; Love ya, Mom;
TY, Erik + Jay; GL to all that
' follow; IWNF the GT + GF!
"Be who you are and say
what you feel, because those
who mind don't matter and
those that matter, don't mind."
m Dr. Seuss.
Marisa Leigh Prisco
30 Harriet Drive (B)
IWNFY; Wed @ Mayflower,
Summer '01; Girls Nite; JP;
Silano; N.C. '02; Fun w/ Mike
IWNFY; GT w/Tyler + Jake;
Girls 9/28/01; So many
memories IWNF TY, BR.
Mom + Dad, ILY; GL, An-
gela, Julia + Sandra ILY!
35 College Road (B)
OSL 1-4; BBL 1-2; Obz +
Nakz + Clarky; Volvo; Terra;
GT @ Luth's; Club Heat;
NYE; Eirrac; GT @ MV; GT
Chucks; Biddy Ball;
Kennys House; Lyford
Games; NYE; MBF Joe; The
Powers Family TY for Every-
thing; Mom + Dad + Ryan +
Nicole, ILY All!
TY, to all my BF's + my family
especially my sister Shannon;
To my friend R.G., you made
my school years fun; to Mrs.
C + Mrs. B., TY; GL to every-
Class of 2002 61
10 College Road (B)
all of you! TY to my family,
Mom and Dad: RIP 9/11/01;
.much love, we're out of here,
for everything: we will survive;
love ya'all. Holla!!
1175 Vernon Street (B)
J.L. D.R., J.M.. D.M.. R.C.,
J.B.. J.M., E.W.. DR.. S.H.:
ICFY. C.K.: IWNFY. M.B.. +
+ DR.: U.J. w/D.R.: '98 w/
L.S.: 4th @ Crokes: the whole
Kathleen J. Roza
209 South Drive (B)
IWNF coffee W/K.H. + CM.
To all my friends, IWMY!
Bandits + ENG! Caffeine +
inside jokes; CWC ROCKS!
Ca- chunk; Festivus; A.S.
IMY; We have the power su-
preme; Who's my cream
puff? We could go horse-
345 Center Street (B)
85 Driftwood Drive (B)
Andrea is the coolest kid ever;
"Who took my goats?" TY,
Dave 6588FX; BBL 1 -4; FCA
stuff studys in 142 + IMC;
"Cheese is good!" The silver
bullet; "enjoy your lunch"; And
finally, one more random
quote, " The joy of waffles."
46 Fiske Drive (B)
First, I want tosay sorry to
Abby for everything; to all my
friends, YKWYA, ILY; Bacop
car; Set Crew! Dawn, Nikki,
and Heather nights; Mari, GL
+ be good; Pat, TY, I love
you; Katie, IWNFY; it's all
over, later all, I'm out of here!
76 Center Street (R)
ToMBFs, R. G..T.S., KM.,
C.S., J.J., + everyone else.
YKWYA; T. S. and D. H.,the
"napkin!" IWNF JP, R. G. our
unforgetable times; can't be-
lieve we made it: Summer
'01 w/ all my girls; R. G..
beach days; TY, Dad, ILY;
15 Harriet Drive (B)
| GT + GF: C.W., K.K., C.C.,
R.G., A.E..X.B., thanks for
I everything; Mom + Dad, ILY;
all my friends; IWNFY L.D.;
| thanks to all the teachers;
IWNF when K.K got stuck in
the snow; IWNF when we
Lynda Jean Shaw
89 Village Gate Drive (B)
E.O., B.W., ILY guys! GL,
A.G.; L.S., IWNFY; GT @
Emma's! Where's the big dig?
9/11/01 united we stand;
Mom, this was for you 1/21/
01, ILY always; Dad + Liz ,TY
+ ILY; Steve, TY for every-
thing; K, M, P.J, C, T, ILY;
Nick, IWNFY; Later, BR!
Class of 2002 63
65 Brookside Drive (B)
MB + CB 1 -4; MT 2-4; Pit 1 -4;
'99 + '01 ; MT bus rides w/ K.L.
+ C.S.; fearless drum major;
leadership weekend '01 +'02;
nail polish + pixie sticks; ILY,
Mom + Dad; GL, Chris.
Justin K. Sherwood
635 North Street (B)
Golf team 1-3; Hanging ouli
with Paul, Mark, Steve; hav-j
ing fun with the Camaro; TY.j
Mom + Dad; GT, playingj
paintball; GL, Mark, Paul.i
109 Francine Road (R)
GT + GF w/ Pleasantfield
posse + the northside; GT +
GF w/ D.C. clown car; GT @
RR; JP;GL, to GF's futures;
Remember Mortal Kombat;
Remember dance freshman
year w/ S.G., L.L., D.C., +
J.H.; Best wishes to family +
to the class of 2002; R.I.P 9/
Cathy M. Silva
124 Titicut Road (R)
CC 1-4capt.,4; Wtr1-4; Str
cream runs + pasta w/ CC
gals; K.F., 1 is like none; K.L.,
J.D., bus buddies; M.S., K.L.,
cool MT; LB., L.W., K.L, sock
puppets; ILY + TY, Mom, Dad
Jen, Cheryl! GL, David!
35 Fairway Drive (B)
CC; Ski; My baby, T.B. I love
you forever, 10/15/00, MBF;
Night in Rayn w/ Jen + Liz;
Proms; Tent parties @ K.L.'s;
Aruba; w/GF: sleepovers,
Christmas, girl's nights, GT,
MBF, IWNFY; TY, Mom, Dad,
A, + S, ILY; not till senior year!
"Silva, Mr. Snugglebunny"
311 Forest Street (R)
"Now a new look in my eyes
my spirit rise forget the past
present tense works and
lasts, a new level of confi-
dence and power"- Pantera;
T.S., B.O., New Jersey;
Diversus we rule bringing on
a new end J.S., T.S., J.B.;
thanks everybody, fam, J.F.
40 Diniz Drive (R)
Ten. 1-4; Ski 1-4; GT w/
MBF's; The palace 2000; Riv-
erside; JP; Nights @
Danica's; weekend @ J.A.'s;
B.S.B. w/ M.A.; Naples; ski-
ing w/ the girls; TC w/ M.C.;
my girls ILY; GL, Krissy, ILY.
TY, Mom + Dad, ILY!
Chad M. Simmons
2 South Street West (R)
BB 1 -4; Soc 1 ; good times
JP w/ pour some sugar on
me; T.C., best friends for life;
, family, ILY; TY, K.P.,
ILY, TY, IWNFY, you're my
urr girl; High Street! wok?
une 16th? best friends are
roven when times get hard;
Nicholas Adam Silvia
317 Center Street (B)
Team manager FB 2-4; Wr 2;
GF @ BR! Thanks, Mom,
Grandma + Papa, ILY!
Christine K. Smith
43 Bayberry Road (R)
GT w/ my girls G.M., M.I.,
S.M., C.N., K.A.; Ladies
night; JP w/ T.H.; IWNF,
Dancin; 6 flags; GT, semis
'98-'01; Great Laughs w/
MBF, G.M.; "Make the best
of each moment, the future
is soon the past."MBFs
IWMY; 8/9/01 , ILY, Tom; TY,
Mom + Dad.
"Lazzy Kat, Luth"
1 Buck Knoll Road (R)
capt.; GT @ Lazzy'scrib; GT
w/Terra squad + volvo; GT w/
Biddy League; R.G., TY; 8th
grade GT @ Lyford games;
C.R. f rosh year; GT w/ MBF's
T.H., P.N., B.G., M.J., W.M.
TY; Mom, ILY; Dad, IWNFY +
ILY, R.I. P.
314 Auburn Street (B)
CG 1 -4; GT in Florida, France,
-t- Italy: IWNF, PC. C,JP, con-
certs, nights out w/ the girls,
Providence + the Cape, Pigs,
Coyotes, + Subway; To MBF,
IWMY, GL; ILY, Mom, Dad, +
Ryan; TY for everything.
|63 Center Street (R)
ST @ AC 4 years; TY + ILY,
/lorn, Dad, Brit, + Family;
.H., S.W., CM., G.T., L.G.,
.H., R.F., A.Q., IWNF, the
5T; remember JP, GT@ my
[louse + Cruising in the van;
5L, to everyone I did not
24 Leonard Street (B)
Class of 2002 65
Katelyn Marie Sypher
94 Sully Road (R)
Mu 2-4; Chorus 1 -4, lib + pres;
IWNF PCC '98 + '99; K.L. +
L.B. - bulgy man! S.S., T.M.,
L.B. -haven't found it yet, not
looking!, what are yoouuu
doing? Moo! Don't poke me
guys! Kat- ILY; All my friends,
IWNFY; My family, ILY + TY.
Megan E. Tangaro
2 King Phillip Street (R)
hat's up, butterscotch? N.J,
) you know who I am? Do
u know what I can do to
u? L.S., Like what? I wi
ack you! E.O., salt + wice
waugh; B.W., GT at the
ach; GL Scottie; TY + ILY
Dm, Dad, Jonathan, IWNFY
ys!; TY, BR, later!
731 South Street (R)
Jackson D. Tarr
56 Pleasant Street
GL + TYtoMBF's,G.V.,J.W.,
A.B., IWNF any of you or
something; Wicked times @
Berklee; IWNF jammin w/
G.V.; Metallica Rules!! " It's
better to burn out than fade
228 Locust Street (R)
GT w/ MBF'S Holly + Renee;
SPJ, FB + Soc games; Sum-
mers down the Cape - GT; GL
to my friends, YKWYA.IWMY;
ILY, Mom + Dad.
1099 Locust Street (R)
Soc 1-4; Str 1-4; RR 2001;
Camp Kyle; JP 2001; IWNF
MBFs; Lovey'all, IWMY; soph
semi; Cali; triple jump 3rd
place; money for gas;
Baystates 98-01: NYE 98;
waffles to go; TY, to M.F.,
YKWYA , ILY; TY, Mom +
Dad ILY; GL, Jimmy + Erin,
I Orchard Street (R)
7 Highview Terrace (B)
"And I'm afraid to be alone,
afraid you'll leave me when
I'm gone, and I'm afraid to
come back home. I live
through this, can't see through
this, I can't do this anymore."
D.B., J.S., M.C., M.M., J.F.,
P.M.,; Mom, Nana, ILY; E.R.,
Class of 2002 67
35 Winter Street (B)
GT + GF.YKWYA; NYE 2001;
River Rave: Summer2001 @
L.M.'s w/ the buds! Road trip
w/ P.C.; The driveway: To
MBF. Lyns M. TY. ILY; Too
many wild times to fit; TY,
Mom + Dad for putting up w/
me. ILY: GL, J.C., C.C., +
809 Pleasant Street (R)
Mom, Dad. Rosa. + Godpar-
ents, TY for everything
you've done for me; GL,
Costa + Alan; M.L. + J.L..
GL. 5/11/02; All my family.
ILY; IWNFTS. + C.H., ILY
both; I wish all my friends
good luck in the future,
285 Grange Park (B)
Biddy 1-4, Champs; Ski 1-4;
NHS 3-4; GT @ my house;
Moto-X 4 life; GT w/ 25, 26,
39, 96, 99; NYE 01 ; Gogglots;
Terra Squad: The Corp w/
Rory: Ski trips w/ Winga +
Bro; Nina BF; GL Paul + Lau:
TY, ILY Mom + Dad.
Sandra M. Torres
25 Stetson Street (B
ILY, X.B.; IWNF 2-17-01
IWNF my sons M.X.B.
A.X.B., 9-17-01, Iwillalway
love you; To my family, TY fc
everything, ILY; GTw/MBF's
BT. + E.K.; To my teachers
TY for all your help over th
years. I will keep in touch!
125 Greenbrier Lane (B)
Thank You, Mom, Dad, and
family. Thanks for being
42 Crescent Street (B
Dance 1-4; MBF's, L.B
T.M., IWNFY; GT @ FL '0
w/ Terri; NYE '01; surpris
parties; snowmen; N'Sync
Nelly; JP limo ride; Driveby;
3 pt. turns, YKWYA; VanilH
Ice; GT + GF, IWMY; Tl
Mom + Dad. ILY.
43 Lounsbury Drive (R)
"You couldn't get hold of the
things you'd done and turn
them right again. Such a
power might be given to the
gods, but it was not given to
women and men, and that
was probably a good thing.
Had it been otherwise,
people would probably die of
old age still trying to rewrite
their teens." -Stephen King
Colleen A. Welch
373 Hall Street (R)
STr 1-4; WR 2+4; Wac 3+4;
GT + GF;Fix, 15 years! Dan,
FIRE! River Rave + Tattoos
w/Weaf; JP; TY, Fred, Adam,
IWNFY; TY + GL, Ryanne +
Carrie! TY, Mom + Dad, ILY;
i Meeting Square Drive (B)
IIP. 9/11/01 UNITED WE
Caitlin C. White
178 Comfort Street (B)
FH 1-4, Capt.; Str 1-4; GT
Aloha, K.H. + J.H.; FH girls
Buzz; Canadian rebels; 2/
14,IWNF!K.H. + A.W.;NYE
'01; Onset; LAX! "17" J.M.J!
TY, + ILY, Mom + Dad; GL,
Kristin + Megan.
86 Courtney Way (R)
GT @ Holyoke's + Sawler's!
Locust St. in the S-1 w/ Mike
+ Dave; Swimmin at Z's in
the winter; Pool at Billiards
w/ D.H., M.S., M.L., N.Z.;
Riding the Quad in the corn-
fields; Thanks for everything
Dad, Ana, Garry, James, and
487 Summer Street (B)
A.W., MBF forever; A.D.
chillin w/ the Miskinis crew;
T.R., getting lost wherever
we go; The accident; MAC;
Dances; GT + GF w/ K.L..
J.C., M.S., J.M., G.Q., E.M.,
everyone else, YKWYA.
ILY all, TY; Mom + Dad, TY
ILY, IWMY + IWNFY!
Ashleigh A. Whitty
168 Sherwood Lane (R)
MBF K.T. GL; DR 2-3; TJ2;
JP all four years; ILY, Mom,
Dad, Britt + Kyle; most of all
ILY, E.H, YKWYA.
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Christopher N. Wright
150 East Street (B)
GT w/ GF, Rondeau, C.C.,
J.G., D.S.; IWNF, A.Eatthe
Tanglewood + our beach; TY
Mr. Brogna, Ms. White + Of-
ficer Z., for all your help; A.D.
45 Robin Road (B)
Ski1;GT@ AC 4 years; TY,
Mom, Dad; MBF, D.H., T.S.,
KM., S.E., A.Q.; IWNF GT
concerts, Crane Street,
NY AC trips, Car rides to
Emerald Square mall, JP;
You are fired; R.G., chicken
nugget day; GL to everyone,
Keep in touch.
4 Heather Lane (B)
Jazz Band; Chorus; Band +
Winter Ensemble 3-4; MT +
+ CWC 3-4; NHS + MB 4;
Guitarist for Livid Serene;
PCC '98-'99; "This is when
the shoes hit the fan"-Se-
nor Diaz; "McNeil is power."
235 Overlook Drive (R)
Soc 1-4; Wtr 1-4; Str 1-4;
GT @ MB; GT @ A.B.'s;
S.O. w/ K.L.; MBF, always
T.W., BF, A.B. + K.L.The
girls, YKWYA, ILYITY, J.N.
for everything; BZ! RR'00 +
'01, Hot Nights 5; GT @
Mike, Mary, -r Billy.
365 Grange Park (B)
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To all students, fellow sn-aduates of 2002, faculty and staff:
When creating a yearbook, the goal is to capture as many memories as humanly possible. However, trying to
condense 720 days oi high school, hundreds of events and thousands of experiences into a 200 page yearbook is
no easy task. Therefore, we changed our goal. Instead of providing vou with all of vour high school memories,
we are offering a glimpse of how B-R will always be remembered in our minds. We attempted to depict what B-
R was like; From Our View.
Looking back to the fall of 1998, it is hard to believe that it was only four years ago. The vears have flown bv so
quickly, however, it's difficult to remember a time without these irreplacable friends; a life without B-R.
Xow , as we prepare to leave, we realize that we will always have B-R in our memories. We will always remember
waking up before dawn to fight off the juniors in the parking lot and being one among the masses hurrying into
school. We will never forget the dav we mastered the art of weaving. Xo, not as in baskets, but as in the vital skill
for being on time to class. We will never forget perfecting the seamless excuse to attend all four lunches in order
to see your friends or successfully taking a half hour trip to the bathroom.
On a more serious note, we will never forget the life lessons. We have realized just how fragile life is, just how
important friends are and just how necessary family can be. We have learned to forget about the insignificant
problems and help find real solutions. We have learned that things are never as bad as they may appear. We have
learned to put things into proper perspective. In short, we have begun to grow up.
.And though we still have a long way to go, we owe our growth and maturity to the many people who have
helped us along the way. We appreciate their support and guidance. If thev could only see themselves from our
view, then would they be able to fullv realize what thev have truly meant to us.
In closing, the past four vears have had different experiences, different friends and different emotions for
everyone, but they end result remains the same: we made it. And while we are all heading our separate ways to
persue our goals and achieve our dreams, we will always remember where we came from and just what B-R meant
to us: From Our View.
From Our View
As we look back on those simple times, it seems sad
that we are growing up. We were the generation of the
Strawberry Short Cake Dolls, Cabbage Patch Kids, and
Nerf footballs. The biggest worry of our day was who
to play with. In those days our heroes were the cartoon
characters that we watched on Saturday mornings.
Every little girl wanted to be a princess, and all the
boys wanted to be warriors. We never had to worry
about going too far, because the only people we knew
were our neighbors and family.
We can all see Craig Murray 's
having a blast with a glad
trash bag box.
*#*U Little Jennifer
Cote stares off, wondering why
her cake is still not lit.
X^ I caught redhanded on camera,
y ^S£, and he smiles for forgiveness.
The chilly Anne
Bruckman shivers after her long
The mischievous Meg
Conner ty is caught with a
When we were young our toyboxes were always
filled to the top. There were Raggedy- Anne dolls,
Transformers, Barbie dolls, Matchbox Cars and more!
From playing war with G.I. Joe's to playing house
with baby dolls, there were plenty of fun things to do.
Along with all these toys, there was always a favorite
first toy; a blankie, a soft teddy bear, or even a Tonka
truck. These were times to remember and will live on
Lynn Walsh dresses up in
her father's fire hat.
Liz Beshanskey is all
geared up for Halloween.
Nick Palmieri shows off his
pearly white teeth before his
first day of preschool.
Alyson Wright looks a
little overwhelmed as she
finally rips the last piece
of wrapping paper from
Our childhoods are filled with special memories.
Christmas was a magical time because Santa brought
us toys if we were good little boys and girls. Birthdays
consisted of Pin-the-Tail-on-the-Donkey and digging
our hands into the cake. On Easter we scaled the
house, hunting for hidden Easter eggs.
Who could forget the first days of school carrying
our Ninja Turtle lunch boxes and apples for the
teacher? Remember Halloween when we dressed up
as ghosts and clowns? These are memories that will
live forever in our minds and hearts.
Even at a young age, Todd
Derbyshire still loved listen-
ing to rock'n'roll.
Kelly Tierney is all ready for
her cat walk.
Like always, Tory Furtado
finds comfort under the spot-
Jennifer Zolga throws a gift
aside, because she just wants
Ana Moniz shows true fear
as she grips on for dear life.
September 11, 2001 started off like any other Tuesday
here at the Regional. As the first lunch bell rang, the halls
were crowded and filled with uncertainty. Confusion
arose by rumors too terrible to be true. Had terrorists
really hit the World Trade Center? About ten minutes
into lunch our rumors were confirmed. Our Headmaster,
Mr. Heaslip, stepped up to the microphone. His voice
trembled as he announced that two hijacked planes had
crashed into the twin towers. As lunch ended, students
frantically headed towards classrooms with televisions.
Many students came just in time to see the horrific
collapse of the first tower. Faces dropped in disbelief as
we witnessed an unfathomable attack on US soil... live on
our television screens.
As a result of these horrific crimes against humanity,
Bridgewater-Raynham has unified like never before. All
students and staff, regardless of race, religion, gender or
age came together on Friday, September 14 in our
gymnasium to participate in a National Day of Mourning.
The President asked for a three minute moment of silence
around noon time in rememberence of the victims. Most
in attendance felt our responce reflected the nation's
strength in this trying time.
The assembly began with our band playing selected
patriotic songs. Senior class president, Molly Lawton,
was the Master of Ceremonies and lead us in the Pledge
of Allegience. The other senior class officers, along with
Mr. Heaslip, Mr Peabody, and Mr. Buron also spoke
during the ceremony. It was amazing how the immense
class came together for a three minute moment of silence
by order of the President and in honor of the brave men
and women who gave their lives for others.
This beautiful tribute was just what our school and the
country needed to return to normalcy. By celebrating
heroes and honoring the memory of the victims,
Bridgewater-Raynham has taken its initial strides in
reconciling with the loss and the devastation these
terrorists have caused.
1. Underclassmen sell Remembrance Pins to fellow
students, raising money for the 9-11 cause.
2. The entire school gathers in hopes that their unan-
swered questions will be resolved.
3. B-R's "Tower of Freedom", created by the Art Club,
depicts freedom in the eyes of our artistic students.
4. A mural made by a student, posted on a classroom
5. Mr. Heaslip addresses the concerns of the student
6. Andrew Merriam mourns for those that lost their lives
in the unexpected terrorist attacks.
7. In a time of crisis two students lean on each other for
8. The students of B-R join together, sing a patriotic song,
and are proud to be Americans.
9. For a complete three minutes more than 1300 students
stood silent to remember all the innocent lives that were
lost on 9-11.
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On May 25, 2001, the class of 2002 held their junior prom at the Sheraton Tara Hotel in Braintree, MA. The dance
floor was packed with couples and friends. Memories were in the making. When Bryan Adams' "Heaven" began
to play, everyone knew that the long months of preparation were more than worth it. This was truly a night to be
1. Four studs, Andy Merriam, Ryan Gardiner, Craig Murray and Richie Florence show the ladies how good they
2. Michelle Bisson and Jenn Larson wait anxiously to enter the ballroom.
3. Dan Cahill and Chad Simmons take the dancing to the tables.
4. Marisa Prisco, Lauren Mader, Barrie Guarino and Keri Pina take a quick break from dancing.
5. Liz Beshansky, Megan Cayer and Ally Silva look forward to an unforgettable night.
6. Who needs expensive, uncomfortable heels when you can sport sneakers to the prom like Danica Copeland?
7. Prom King„Tom Higginbotham, and Prom Queen, Renee Gaudette, hug each other with congratulations after
8. Kelly Tierney and Monica Silva ditch their dates and share a dance.
9. Kara Silvia proves that great beauty takes time.
10. Elisa Orellana and Brenda Wilson give each other a quick hug before hitting the dance floor.
1 1 . Six handsome boys, Kyle Buckley, Mark Lemmo, Chad Simmons, Dan O'Connell, Dan Cahill and Dean Hayden,
illustrate how basic black and white can look so good.
12. Megan Cayer shows how the nails are just as important as the dress.
13. Omar Zeid gives his thumbs up of approval of the nights festivities.
14. Anne Bruckman and Meg Jones take pictures at Meg's house before hopping in to their waiting limos.
15. Tom Sheehan plays a diddy to impress Ryanne Bradshaw and Kyla Harrington.
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On Friday night, November 16th, the students of B-
R gathered for another semi-formal. Two DJs filled
both gyms with music. Many faculty members chap-
eroned the night and had a good time themselves. The
music came to a halt as the students lined up to hear the
announcement of Mr. and Ms. Regional. Everyone
was excited to hear that Jessica Fix and Chad Simmons
walked away with the crowns. Following the couple
were the runners up: Liz, Lucchetti, John Carr, Nina
Martelli, Luther Smith, Jill Asack, Andy Merriam,
Molly Lawton, and Steve Protz.
1. Mr. and Ms. Regional of 2001-2002 show their royalty.
2. Amanda Perry dances with her boyfriend, Blake Can-
non, who dressed for the occasion.
3. Ms. Regional and the four runners up pose for a close
4. Some girls seem to have shopped at the same stores!
5. The underclassmen dance the night away in the gym.
6. Erik Kirchick and Anna Takahama sit down to
rest from dancing and watch their friends, who
don't miss a beat.
7. Ms. Regional, Jess Fix with Mr. Regional, Chad
Simmons, are surrounded by the runners up.
8. Nick Palmeri and Jen Calderone savir an enchant-
9. Mark Lyman gazes into Meredith Kellogg's eyes
as they enjoy their wonderful evening.
10. Sarah Govonlu has a great time with friends
Megan James, Chris Arighi, and Steve Rebolo.
1 1 . Collette Coury holds date Chris Eismore close as
they dance to a slow song.
12. Seniors Ben Bascon and Monica Silva get their
13. Freshman boys loosen their ties, because no girls
will dance with them!
14. Chris Benvie holds hands with his date Jen
Chaves, as they dance the night away.
15. Mark Batastini tears himself from the dancefloor
for a moment make a phone call.
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The Senior Holiday Party was held
on December 13, 2001. Everyone had a
great time dancing and checking out
all the other costumes. The prize win-
ning costumes included, Tinkerbell,
(Kara Silvia) Christmas gifts, (Ben
Bascon, Andy Merriam, Steve Protz
and Nick Silvia) and last but not least
Buzz Lightyear, (Heather Whitty) and
Woody, (Laura Ford).
1. Holiday Party costume winners pose for a
2. Blue Man Group (Nick Palmeiri, Sean Cronin
and Richie Florence) makes an appearance at the
3. Brendan O'Brien sits on Santa's (Tom Morrisey)
lap and tells him what he wants for Christmas.
4. Blake "Knockout" Cannon shows Jim Reynolds
5. A few senior girls dance to the music.
6. Preparing for the upcoming Christmas holiday, Rachel
Gourdin, Lynda Garrity, Kate McKenney, Amanda Hall and
Rachel Forman dress in red and white.
7. Three charming cowgirls (Erin Morin, Lauren Mader and
Marisa Prisco) are waiting for their ponies.
8. Ready to raid the caves of Afghanistan, Holly Abrahamson,
Liz Lucchetti and Amanda Thetonia are prepared to fight.
9. Willy Wonka (Sean Jones) posses with one of his Oompa
Loompas (Nina Martelli).
10. Michelle Almada, Staci James, Kate Daniels and Renee
Gaudette show off their bright smiles.
11. Joanna Doulette, Lynn Walsh and Lauren Bectel wish they
were in Hawaii rather than Massachusetts.
12. Santa Claus (Meg Jones) gets ready for Christmas with help
from Meg Cayer, Anne Bruckman and Tricia Whooley.
13. Taking a pause from dancing, Courtney Miles, Sibohan
Boston, Luther Smith, Heather Bostrom and Julie Richeart
pose for a picture.
14. In 1983, Ryan Post and Will Morey might have been cool.
15. Kelly Tierney and Crystal Rosenfield hit the dance floor.
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The classes of B-R join together every year before the Thanksgiving Day football game. This
year's Pep Rally was bigger and louder than ever before. Signs covered every inch of the gym, wall
to wall and even the basketball hoops. The color guard and band put on a great show, as well as a
special performance from the cheerleaders and football players. This year was also special because
of the added bonus of having Chronicle there to capture every moment. The support of the entire
school helped lift the football team to a big win on Thanksgiving against Silver Lake.
1. Luther Smith puts attitude into his routine with the cheerleaders.
2. John Carr and Nick Palmeri make sure that their school spirit shows.
3. Ryan Post and Kristen Andrutis shake it during a dance.
4 The junior class shows their spirit.
5. Cait White, Krishna Hanney, Ally Wright, Ali Erbeck, Nicole Pincolini, Megan Callan, and Megan Daily
enjoy their final pep rally.
6. The boys of the junior class show why B-R is #1.
7. The football team gathers for a huddle, while Chronicle is there to tape everything.
8. Members of the color guard perform for the school.
9. Lauren Veracka and Angela Prisco try to liven up the crowd.
10. Students of the senior class show that B-R will always be #1 to them.
11. Nick Silvia and Mr. Buron both give motivational speeches.
12. Ryan Copeland, Jamie Callan and Matt Devin try to survive their first pep rally.
13. The marching band performs under the direction of Mr. Hyman.
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On December 2nd, the Trojans embarked on a journey to Boston University,
facing the Crimson Tide (Everett) for the Division 1 Super Bowl. The Trojans took
control on the second play of the game when Ryan Post threw a short pass to
Luther Smith, which he ran 45 yards to the end zone. The Trojans defense
stopped the Crimson Tide throughout the game. In the final minute of the game,
Everett scored. They went for the two point conversion and succeeded. The
Trojans finished their season ranked sixth in the state. They held a phenomenal
record of 1 1 wins and 2 losses. B-R is proud of the team, which followed the
precedent set by last year's Trojans, by playing in the Super Bowl.
1 . The defense zones in for the kill.
2. The Trojans try to recover the fumble from the Crimson Tide
3. Kach Nwosu helps team mate, Will Morey rise to his feet
4. The Trojans try to set good blocks to return the kick off.
5. Ryan Post awaits the snap from Pete Mason.
6. Will Morey and Kach Nwosu cover the back field.
7. The Bridgewater-Raynham Football teams walk off the field for
8. The Trojans line up for the kick off. ready to pummel The
9. The BR offense tries to rush past the Everett line.
10. The Trojans hold Everett at the line of scrimmage.
1 1 . B-R fans showing team support by making posters.
12. The Bridgewater-Raynham students showing there
support at Nickerson Field.
From Our \ic\s 97
B-R would be nothing without its underclass-
men. They will soon have their day to shine and
lead the school to bigger and better things. As
freshman, we entered with a sense of awe. We
worried about making it to classes on time, and
more importantly, actually finding all of our
classes. After the initial adjustments, we made
new friends and quickly settled into our new
lifestyles as high school students. As sophomores,
we were forced to think about our futures with
such obstacles as PSAT's and MCAS. Junior year
began with a flash of reality: SAT's. Suddenly, a
common question became, "So what do you want
to do with the rest of your life?" It proved to be a
question that none of us were ready to answer.
However, junior year also gave us some of the
best memories such as the prom, licenses and
parties. Our only advice to our underclassmen is
this: Enjoy B-R because it is a short four years.
1. Ryan Homer gives a thumbs up and a big smile,
showing us that dental hygiene is a must.
2. The cafeteria is a great spot for socializing: Shawna
Scanlon, Caroline Mailloux, Christina Riccardi and
Vanessa Carney grab a bite to eat.
3. Ricky Sperrazza listens to some tunes as he leaves
school at the end of the day.
4. Eric Linehan and Scott Byam show off their football
5. Ms. Murphy works with Kim Weeks on painting.
6. Five freshman enjoy their first semi formal.
7. Dan Stone takes a music break while at lunch.
8. Greg Hartford demonstrates plank cutting for his
classmate, Wayne Audette.
9. Mike Zella and Dennis Sharpe feel better after getting
rid of some energy in gym class.
Andrea Berardi Teresa Bercume Nicole Bevis Jeremy Bisihger Jesse Bisson Allison Blancha
Lndrew Boimila Thomas Bouzan David Boyd Meghan Boyle
Olivia Brassard Cassandra Britton
jueline Bromberg Ryan Buckley Steven Buckley Sara Buckner Benemino Bumpus Justine Buonanduci
Cheryl Calderone Anthony Caliri James Callan
■lary Callinan Taliyah Camel
Taylor Caparell Nadia Carlevale
'"■ill Chaffee Tabitha Chaffee Leslie Chandler Kimberly Chappell Andrew Charpentier Vincent Chiappini
Brendon Cunha Aubrev Cunningham, Jr. Andrea Curtis Justin Cuting
Michael Danielczyk Luke Daniels Samantha Daniels Colby Dasilva
laryl DeAngelis Nicholas Deluliis Leigh Delahanty Julianne DeMello Kimberlly Dempsey Matthew Devin
Daniel Dion Elizabeth Donovan Jessica Donovan
Daniel Ebbs, Jr. Patrick Egan
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Matthew Federico Kyle Feeley Brieanne Fernandes Brittany Fernandes Edward Ferreira
Timothy Figgii I
Andrea Freitas Ashley Freitas
Zoe Furtado Adam Gannon Brian Geisler Althea Georgar.
Kimberly German Brian Gerrish
Andrew Ghelfi Sara Ghelfi Andrew Gilbody Nicole Gl\
Amanda Gobbi Jessica Godfrey Adam Gourdin Beau Gravlin
Matthew Gray Danielle Grazi
Richard Green Samantha Green
Matthew Grein Tabitha Guilmette
Catherine Hall William Hall, III
Shannon Haluch Laura Happnie Michael Hardy
Andrew Hauck Ashley Haynes Caitlin Heavey
•stina Hennessey Patrick Herrington
Kristen Holcomb Jessica Hollstein Timothy Holt
landy Holyoke John Hughes Amanda Iafrate Katie Innocenzi Jennifer Jaffe Heather Jankins
Kevin Joyce Lindsey Kahler Lisa Kaplan Amy Kapoutsos Gregory Karsner Elizabeth Kellog
Christopher Kelly Katie Kendrick Beniamin Keylor
Ronald Kolozie Christopher Ladd James Lawrence Timothy Lee Ehzabeth Lehtola Anthony Leone
Vanessa Lerro Alyssa Levaggi Jeffrey Lewis
Rachel Liao Amanda Libbv
Lvlathew Lortie Kimberlv Lucchetti Stewart MacArthur Brianne MacAusland Julie MacBeth Nicole MacE
lolas Macoliru Andrew Madden Katelyn Mader Derek Martin Alexander Martineu Meghan Martorana
illiam Mason Vaughn Maxson
Neal Mazzoleni Shaun McAuliffe Ke\'in McCarthy Aarron McCoy
Bhley McGrath Anthony Mendes Tiffany Messer Corey Millard Julie Molina Samantha Montisano
irlotte Moore Erik Morrissey Hannah Morse
Tiago Mota Kevin Mulligan
Anthony Murdoch Keaghan Murphy Melissa Murphy Timothy Murphy
Patrick Newell Meghan O'Donnell Patrick O'Donnell Ashley O'Leary Matthew O'Leary Stephanie Oli
Maik Orellana Marisa Ortiz-Merrill Timothy Oxley Tiffani Papadopoulos Michael Pappas Jillian Parente;ilw
Itthew Powers Steven Precourt
Shane Prescott Robert Pringle Kevin Reagan Kate-Lynn Reed
1 Reifschneider Terresa Reis Amber Rhilinger Amy Roberts Milagro Roberts Sandra Robinson
uren Rocha Ashley Rosata
Matthew Ryan Carlos Sabino Robert Sadler
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Kristen Sarafian Alexander Schavrien Marc Schwenzfeier Brandon Secatore
rah Sharland Brian Shaughnessy Ariel Shaw
Kellyrose Shea Dominique Sherburne Valerie Shore
Diana Smith Michelle Smith
Taylor Smith William Smith I
Christian Snow Jared Soccorso Kathryn Souza Douglas Spear Nicholas Spencer Marc Sperrazz«
Xutthavut Srisathith Michelle St. Martin Wilbert Steffy Emily Steinberg
Daniel Stone Valerie StrolL
Danielle Sullivan Jonathan Tangaro Drew Taylor Wayne Teague James Thetonia Jennifer Thorn
imothy Tilbe Zachary Tolivaisa Barbara Torres Alan Tremouliaris Jennifer Turpel Marissa Tuttle
ichael Vachon Rahul Vedula
Carley Vespa Christina Walker Desarai Walker
Ihley Waterman Tekhara Watson Ryan Watts Gregory Webber Julie Webber Bethany Wegman
Ashley Whittemore Thomas Whittemore William Whittington
lulie Wood Steven Wood Bryan Wright Randa Zaiter
Jennifer Anacki Brian Anderson Craig Andrea
latthevv Burke Melanie Byam James Cadigan Laura Calderone Brendan Callahan Patrick Callahan
ichael Card Raymond Cardoza Francisco Carrasco Andrew Carson Matthew Cayer
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Daniel Coburn Matthew Combra Mary Condon
pael Champagne Sarah Chappell Kristine Chiljean Jennifer Chiocca Stephen Christofi Katie Chuckran
Erin Connerty Ryan Connolly
lithan Connors Matthew Conti Michael Cooney Matthew Copp
Sophomores 1 1 3
Ashley Edson Robert Ellenberg Brendon Elliot Kristopher Elsmore John Esposito
ian Farrington Meghan Feeley Cheryl Ferreira Eric Ferreira
Brian Figgins Amanda Filipek
'hilip Furtado Joshua Galloway Sean Gerrish Nicholas Giordano Jeffrey Gleason Crystal Glockner
stopher Goodhue Rachel Gorman
Emily Goudreau Joel Grace Katherine Graham Andrew Grant
Jennifer Hubley Theresa Hughes
Rachel Jacobs Kenneth Johnson
Jamie Johnston Christopher Joyce Johanna Justice Danielle Kearns
Sean Keating Matthew Kellogg
bnnifer Knight Jennifer Korzeniowski Diana Kostas Daniel LaBouliere Mark LaFrance Sean Lamontagne
Jennifer Lauper Michael Lawrence Patrick Leahy
Kristen Leon Lindsey Lessard Zachariah Levesque Zacharv Lewis
Core\- Maher Matthew Mahoney Michelle Mahoney William Manning Heather Mart
Bethany Marion Amanda Marr Amanda Martelli Tara McClellan Matthew McDermott Kristen McDono
Laura McElroy Joseph McGaughey Deanna McGillis Gregory McGovern Jeffrey McGovern Mary-Jill McGra
?nnifer McGuire Michael McGuire Kevin McMullen Elise Melford Ephraim Melmer Matthew Messer
Alex Moberg Matthew Modica Kallie Montagano Daniel Moore
ichael Morlani John Morrison Erin Morrissey Adrian Morse William Morton Joseph Mullaney
ichard Mullett Jacquelyn Murphy Kevin Murphy William Myles Saba Nessralla Andrew Newby
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Autumn Ossai Kristina Otero Michael Oxlev Frank Pacheco Deanna Packer Kristen Panton
Aliaa Phillips Kevin Pieper Shanna Pilotte Lauren Pincolini Christopher Pires Amanda Poiriej
Liana Ponte Jonathan Pratti Danielle Prescott
Meagan Quarterley Casev Quinnj
Eddi-Jo Rothman Sumon Roy Michael Ruehrwein
iccole Ruuska Kaitlyn Saba Donald Santos, Jr. Gregory Schnare
Erika Shaw Alexander Shea Allison Shockley Kristen Sieger Nicholas Sietins Christopher Silva
imothy Silva Kristin Simmons Oscar Singson Jessica Sircar
Ashley Slavin Christopher Smerz
Brianne Striggles Kevin Sullivan
Patrick Sullivan Joshua Sweeney
Justin Sylvester Chris Szymczuk,
Lisa Takahama Samuel Tarr Nicholas Tate James Taxiera Jacqueline Tenney Cassandra Thiel
Eleni Thompson Patrick Timmons
Kelly Vanaken Lauren Veracka
laura Yafrate Stephen Yelle William Young, Jr. Angela Zutaut
Jason Akstin Ghayath Al-Obaidi Patrick Allen
Christopher Arrighi Theodoros Athanasiou Lindsay Atkins Wayne Audette Paul Augustine
Peter Balboni Amanda Barker John Bascon
Kevin Beaudoin Christopher Begley
Christopher Benvie Joseph Berg Christopher Bergt*
lhaena Breese Mark Brezinski Benjamin Brezner Caitlin Brides Rachel Brocato Kyle Brown
Brholas Bulgaris Jennifer Burgess Kelli Burke Elizabeth Burt Nicole Butts Scott Byam
tthy Chiappini Katherine Chiocca Shawn Churchill Amanda Clapp Robert Coakley Bernard Cobb
Elizabeth Colburn Clint Cooper Laura Courcv
Ashley Coury Christopher Coyman Xatalee Crimnvf
Timothy Cronin Jessie Cruise Camille Curry Matthew Cushing Joshua Cutting Brigid Daile\
ifer Engelhardt Brianne Faria Bethany Farias Heather Feldman Vianka Feliciano Gregory Feroli
IRyan Fisher Michael Fitzpatrick Bridget Flynn Kristin Follett Andrea Forman John Foster
frene Fraihat Kristen Francoeur Alysa Freni
Nicole Gelinas Christopher Gilbody
listian Gomez Katrina Gorga Joshua Gourdin Jennifer Govain Julie Govain Timothy Gracia
:hael Greely Nicholas Green Jonathon Grein Laura Guilfoy Timothy Hall Christina Hamilton
Courtney Hanney Alexander Hanson Kyla Harrington Gregory Hartford Rachel Hauck
Angela Heal\ I
Allison Howe Andrea Hubacheck Gretchen Isen<
Allison Jeannette Brittany Kearney Meredith Kellc;
Eric Linehan Jacqueline Lopes Danny Lopez Justin Lovell Daniel Lucchetti Kevin Luis
Mark Lyman Daniel MacKey Joshua Magee Megan Magill Patrick Maguire Caroline Mailloux
Tracie Mare John Marinella Alexandra Mastria
Joseph McBride Elise McCann
»^le McCarthy Michael McCormack
Sara McElroy Dillon McGovern Lauren McGrath Julianne McGuire
an McHardy Erin McNamara Nichole Medeiros Dennis Mitchell Kimberly Mitchell Lindsay Mitchell
Paula Moniz Kimberly Morast Shannon Morrissey Robin Morse David Moseley Peter Moyniha
Kristen Mullaney Jason Munise Matthew Munise Sophia Myers Marcus Narciso Jason Nee
Kimberly Nehiley Jeffrey Nelson
Haven Nichols Scott Norris Geoffrey O'Con ,11'
Caitlin O'Connor Cristen O'Donnell Caitlin O'Leary Paul Oliari Justin O'Neil
Thomas Parenteau Kimberly Paris Matthew Peabody Timothy Pearson Ian Perm
Jaren Perewitz Michael Petrino Erica Pinto Michael Pistone Jennifer Pizzutti Anthony Porazzo
Robert Prime Sarah Prime Stephen Prisco Michelle Quinn
Jeffrey Ramadan Melissa Rebelo Steven Rebolo John Reckord Kevin Reese Kathleen Reid
qulene Rhilinger Christina Ricciardi Jacqueline Robak Elyse Roberts Andrew Rocha Dennis Rodrigues
Kdam Ronayne Evan Roy
Amanda Ryan Sarah Salamon Robert Sanderson Patrick Sargent
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Christopher Sietins Ryan Simpson Radha Sinha Ashley Slater Teresa Sly Adam Smith
Holly Smith Jennifer Smith Kimberly Smith Krista Smith Tara Smith Krystina Sous
Kevin Souza Richard Sperrazza Erin Spillane Brandon Springer Natthinee Srisathith Chelsey St. Mai
Stephanie St. Martin Jonathan Stairs Merry Stone Christopher Sullivan Joanna Sullivan Anna Takahail
Jesse Tebbetts Andrea Thompson Rebecca Torres Costa Tremouliaris Kayleena Tunewicz Matthew Turner
Derik Vandyke Lindsey Venuti Anthony Walker Wendy Warniment Kourtney Washburn Joshua Webber
Kristin White Julianne Whittemore Kristyn Whittington Christina Wholley
Success is a word familiar to all
Bridgewater-Raynham athletes. No
matter if the teams win or lose, success
is still achieved through the enjoyment
of the sport. Students are given the
opportunity to display their talent out
of the classroom. The Bridgewater-
Raynham Trojans have had more suc-
cess than any other school in the Old
Colony League. Friendships are built
upon the foundation created by team-
work. Athletics are a vital part of the B-
R High School experience.
1 . The girls soccer team gets pumped up before
2. The Trojans football team provideing some
3. Ryanne Bradshaw and Alex Mastria await to
make a kill.
4. Keeping her head in the game Danica
Copeland looks for the score.
5. Kristen White sprints up the hill to win the
6. Rich Florence swings for the fences.
7. Dan Clark secures a return back to his
8. With great strength, Lee Beene throws the
9. Anne Bruckman shows good form on her
10. Sophia Myers launches the shotput.
This year's football team has lived up to its
expectations. Under the leadership of captains
Richie Florence, Matt Lyford, Tom
Higginbotham, and Pete Mason. The victori-
ous B-R Trojans finished an undefeated OCL
season for the second consecutive year. The
five consecutive league titles the team has
earned, gives B-R a sense of pride that is felt by
everyone that walks through the halls.
1. A player of equal size is no threat to Lee Beane.
2. Ryan Post gets the next play from Coach Buron.
3. Rich Florence and Matt Lyford tackle an opposing
player as Clint Cooper watches.
4. Pat Allen putting forth his best effort after Pete Mason
falls to the ground.
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5. Captain Rich Florence sacks the QB out of the pocket.
6. Luther Smith grabs a key interception courtesty of Will Morey
and Matt Lyford's quick skill.
7. Jon Freyermouth overpowers his opponent.
8. 2001 B-R Football Team picture.
9. Coach Buron gives a motivational talk to his players.
10. The defensive team tries to get a few calls their way.
11. Captain Richie Florence takes the face mask for the free fifteen
12. Senior Kevin O'Brien tries to get in on the play.
13. Will Morey, Rich Florence and Tom Higginbotham wait for the
14. Coach Buron paces back and forth while planning for the next
15. Pete Mason dives for the ball
16. Matt Lyford enjoys the thrill of victory.
The Bridge water-Raynham Trojans field
hockey team had one of their most produc-
tive seasons in the last ten years. Ranked
10th in the state, the Trojans managed to
qualify for the state tournament. With lead-
ership from captains Cait White and Rachel
Ladd, the Trojans have made a strong name
for themselves in the OCL.
1. Focused on the game, Kylie Biela observes her
teammates dominating the field.
2. Jill Asack battles the defender for control of the ball.
3. Keeping her head in the game, Cait White plans her
4. Courtney Vespa is about to score on the break away.
5. Playing defense, Michelle Almada tries to stop the
opponent from passing.
6. Keri Dufalt sprints across the field.
7. The Trojans' field hockey team; (top row: N. Gelinas, J. Haynes,
K. Biela, S. Durso, J. Welsh, V. Carney, C. Ellis, D. Copeland,
A. Wright, K. Daniels, A. Ossai, K. Nehiley, M. Kelly; middle row:
L. Dempsey, A. Freyermuth, J. Daly, K. Dufault, M. Almada, R. Ladd,
C. White, L. DeMoura, J. Asack, M. Daily, C. Vespa, B. Corr; bottom
row: J. Cote, S. St. Martin)
8. Staci Durso sprints to the ball to beat the opponent.
9. Michelle Almada blasts a ball down the field.
10. Maneuvering past her opponent, Rachel Ladd shoots to win.
11. Kim Nehiley and her opponent take a spill while fighting for the
12. Allison Wright goes for the goal.
13. Coach Casabian and Keri Dufault discuss their game plan.
14. Meghan Daly tries to steal the ball.
15.The field hockey team cutting loose.
B-R Boys' soccer went through a big transition.
Under the guidance of new head coach, Bill Crane,
the team went on to win big games and maintain a
B-R reputation in the sport. Although ending the
season with a 7-8-5 record and 6-4-4 in the OCL, the
boys gave their opponents a tough fight.
1. Billv Goodel makes a swift cross.
2. Jon Neil curves the ball up to top corner.
3. Tim Gracia dribbles adroitly down the sideline, with his
opponent in hot pursuit.
4. Andy Merriam sets his eyes upon the prize.
5. Chris Duerdon awaits a pass.
6. Jason Emord ferociously boots the ball out of his territory.
7. The B-R Boys' Varsity Soccer team gathers for a group photo
(Top: Paul Narciso, Brandon Springer, Arthur Gadera, Joe
Powers, Chris Benvv, Chris Smurz, Kevin Sullivan, Brian
Sovia, Kevin McAuliffe, Chris Duerdon, Tim Gracia, Jason
Emord, Jason Wygold; Bottom: Paul Oliaro, Steve Rabolo,
Justin Govonlu, Billy Goodell, Jon Neil, Andrew Merriam,
Matt Anderson, Marc Freitas).
8 Kevin McAuliffe serves Brandon Springer a smooth pass.
The B-R Varsity Girls' Soccer team had an explosive season!
Their hard work and dedication paid off, resulting in an unde-
feated season in the Old Colony League. The "Lady Trojans"
were ranked third in southeastern Massachusetts. They lost a
tough game to Notre Dame Academy in the semi-finals of the
state tournament. Captains Monica Silva, Meg Connerty, Carrie
Simmons, and Ana Moniz led the team to the third consecutive
OCL title with an excellent overall record of 15-1-4.
1. I he 2001 B-R Girls Soccer team
2. Monica Silva jumps in the air to u in the headball.
3. Top goalie in the OCL Julie Innocenzie makes another sa\ e.
4. Coach Heslin smiles while holding the OCL champion plaque.
5 Sophomore Meg Hess dribbles the ball down the open field.
6. Paula Mom/ shields the hall away from her opponent.
7. Coach Heslin stands in the middle of the circle and discusses the upcoming
Boys' Cross Country
"The Bridgewater-Raynham Boys' Cross Country
team had a trying year. They were able to place
fourth in the OCL. With the team leadership of
William Gambil, Michael Spagone, and Tim
Chiapini the cross country team was able to pull off
a few victories." - Coach Lemar
1 . The Boys Cross Country team gets ready for their first meet of
2. B-R takes charge around the corner.
3. Tim Chiapini talks with Coach Joe Lemar about his latest timed
4. The B-R Boys Cross Country team, (Top: Jeff McGovern, Pete
Babbon, Pat Leahy, Tim Chiapinni, Rob Sanderson, Kevin Murphy,
Greg McGovern, Phil Ledges; Bottom: Bill Gambil, Dan Roland,
Aaron Pacheco, Michael Spagone, Christopher Ladd).
5. The Trojans trek through rough terrain.
6. The exhausted Mike Spagone pushes himself to the limit for his
7. Greg McGovern shows true Trojan determination.
8. Phil Ledges moves away from the remainder of the pack.
Girls' Cross Countr
The Cross-Country girls had a rebuilding season with a few clutch
wins against Plymouth South and Taunton. They qualified for the
Class A meet. Great leadership was demonstrated with captains
Cathy Silva and Joanna Doulette.
1. The Girls' Cross Country Team: (top) L. Yafrate, C Mailloux, R. Zeta, A.
Slavin, T. Moore, S. Diamond, K. White, R. Sinha, A. Edson, E. Melford,
(bottom) K. Francoer, J. Hood, R. Blanchette, C Silva, C. Riccardi, A. Shaw,
2. Caroline Mailloux records times for her teammates.
3. Coach Urban becomes slightly nervous as the race progresses.
4. Kristen Francoer concentrates on her footing as Kristen White charges up
5. Christina Riccardi puts forth her best effort for the team.
6. Radha Sinha takes the lead down the cross country course.
7. Rachel Blanchette drives herself up a tough hill with determination.
This year, Bridgewater-Raynham Golf defended their
title as OCL champions and held the intruders at bay.
The troops let only one away match slip, and to this end
secured a 12-1 record. Led by tri-captains Rob Ferris,
Chris Rego and Greg Caron, Trojan golf enjoyed its
most successful year to date. In the state tournament,
the Trojans placed ninth in the finals and set the pace
for an even more successful year to come.
1. Seniors Mark Lemmo, Chris Rego, Rob Ferris, Steve Protz, Greg
Caron and Dan O'Connell stand proud.
2. The ball disappears into the horizon as senior Dan O'Connell follows
3. Senior, Steve Protz proves once again that it's "all in the hips.''
4. Tri-Captain Chris Rego hammers one deep into the fairway.
5. The suave senior Steve Protz holds his finish for all the onlookers.
6. Top Row: Coach George Pimental, Mark Lemmo, Steve Protz, Tri-
Captain Rob Ferris, Tri-Captain Chris Rego, Tri-Captain Greg Caron,
Dan O'Connell, Corv Blanchard. Bottom Row: John Foster, Matt
Caver, Dan Luchetti, Derek Philippe, Dennis Rodriguez, Mark Folkins.
8. Senior, Mark Lemmo stares his putt into the hole.
9. The Trojans are rallied by Veteran Coach, George Pimental.
10. A veteran's bump and run is played bv senior Dan O'Connell.
The Girls' volleyball team has had a year of building. This season,
the Bridgewater-Raynham girls' volleyball team, had more league
wins than any other year in B-R Volleyball history . Capt. Ashley
Carson showed great leadership. Next year with virtually all the
team members coming back, B-R should expect even greater
1. K. Burk, K. Follett, N. Wide, S. Saunders, M. Driscol, R. Bradshaw, M Kellogg, R.
Lenane, Coach Mastria. Bottom Left: M. I eeley, |. Covin, A. Mastria, A. Carson, 1
Pincolini, J. Coven pose proudly for a group portrait.
2. Coach Mastria ponders his game plan.
3. Meghan Driscoll and Merideth Kellogg await a perfect set up from the hack row
4. Lauren Pincolini follows through with her intense serve.
5. Regan Lenane sets up a shot.
6. Nicole Wilde and Lauren Pincolini come together hut still mis* the shot.
7. Alex Mastria and Kristen Follett the situation.
8. Rvanne Bradshaw hits the hall with tremendous force.
The Trojans' Varsity Cheerleading Squad had
another successful season. After performing every week
at half time, the girls prepared to perform at their OCL
competition, which they also hosted at B-R. After long
months of gymnastics, weight room, and choreography,
the team led by captains Kristen Andrutis and Lauren
Mader with co-captains Alysa Freni and Amanda Clapp,
placed second in the OCL fall competition. They placed
first in the OCL winter competition.
1. Captain Kristen Andrutis smiles after a victory at BC
2. The squad performs a dance during their halftime routine.
3. The girls prepare to take the mat before their OCL
4. Sophia Barros, Lauren Mader. and Catherine Graham
excite the crowd at the Thanksgiving Day Game.
5. The 2001-02 Trojans Cheerleading Team (E. Winsor, C.
Graham, K. Leon, N. Ruuska, L.Veracka, A. Smith, A. Freni,
C. Moore, A. Clapp, S. Chapell, A. Frisco, S. Barros, A.
Rosata, K. Andrutis, L. Mader).
6. Captains Lauren Mader and Kristen Andrutis break for a
7. Sarah Chapell performs a perfect heel stretch.
8. Sophia Barros, Catherine Graham, and Emily Winsor pump
up the crowd at the Pep Rally.
9. Emily Winsor and Amanda Clapp intently watch the foothall
10. The squad performs their routine during competition.
1 1. Sophia Barros soars above the ground in her toe touch basket
12. Kristen Andrutis, Alysa Ereni, Lauren Veracka, Lauren
Mader, and Charlotte Moore watch the Super Bowl with fans
13. Sophia Barros focuses on executing her stunt.
14. The team shares a big hug after a flawless routine.
15. Sarah Chapell, Charlotte Moore and Sophia Barros excite
the crowd in a pyramid stunt.
Bovs' Winter Track
The Bridget ater-Raynham winter track team did it again.
They successfully won the OCL League Championship for
the second year in a row. Captains Luther Smith, Mark
Battastini. Tom Higgenbotham, and Will Morey all excelled
in their events.
1. Kyle Burquist. Brett LeClerc and Andy Newby race down the track for
a practice run.
2. Luther Smith chats with coach Urban about the big meet.
3. 1'.D. Nwosu sprints down the track.
4. Tom Higginbotham after his throw of the shot put
5. Luther Smith surpasses the Taunton sprinters.
6. Using all of his strength. Saba Nesrella. prepares to release the shot put
7. Junior Chris Benvie warms up before his race.
8. Top: Kach Nwosu. Will Morey. Andrew Grant. Andy Newby. Ryan
Buckley. Kevin Murphy. Rob Sanderson. Rick Mullet. Matt Caver. \ inny
Chiapina. Dusty Hall. Kevin Mcmullen. Greg Karsner.Tim Chiapinni. UD
Nwosu. Ryan Post. Tom Higgenbotham. Middle: Chris Benvy. Matt Copp.
Chris Kolentsas. Mike Champagne. Ryan Hennesey. Kyle Burquest. Nick
Tate. Frank Pacheco. Adam Genette. Aaron Pacheco. Pete Balboni. Haven
Nichols. Bottom: Brett LeClerc. Ian Crotty. Kyle Anderson. Mike Resmini.
Luther Smith. Mark Battastini. Mike Spagone. Ben Brezna. and Peter
This years Girls' Winter Track Team was very successful with
a record of six wins and two loses. The girls placed second
overall in the Old Colony League. Led by Coach Paul Urban,
the Lady Trojans are a great asset to B-R athletics.
1 . The 2001 -2002 B-R Girls' Winter Track Team, (Bottom: Molly
Lawton, Anne Bruckman, Jennifer Measer, Jennifer Zolga, Cathy Silva,
Tricia Whooley, Kristin Whittington, Middle: Kylie Biela, Jen Linn,
Victoria Baczek, Carrie Pohl, Christina Ricciardi, Brigid Dailey, Ashley
Slavin, Kim Chappell, Christina Curry, Top: Cheryl Calderone, Cassey
Thelker, Randa Zader, Ryanne Bradshaw, Sabrina Gambil, Christina
Doris, Danielle Kearns, and Jackie Murphy).
2. Cathy Silva and Kim Chapel pace themselves for a long run.
3. Sabrina Gambill and Jen Linn stretch out before the competition.
4. Rounding the corner, Anne Bruckman approaches home stretch.
5. Brigid Dailey gives her all.
6. Hurdlers, Carrie Pohl, Ryanne Bradshaw. and Sabrina Gambill try
catching their Taunton competitor.
7. Jen Zolga gets up and over the high jump.
The Bridgewater Raynham Tojans have had a satis-
factory season. Team captain, Matt Cahill (1000 pt.
scorer) shows great leadership along with the ability
to strive for victory. With some impressive wins and
some heartbreaking losses the Trojans still hold
their team spirit.
1. The 2001-2002 Boys' Basketball Team (Bottom: Kevin
McAullife, Chad Simmons, Matt Cahill (Captain), Dan Clark,
Andrew Merriam. Middle: Paul Oliari, Mike Brennan, Sean
Cronin, Tim Pearson. Top: Nick Silvia (Manager), Mike
Driscoll, Scott Norris, Justin O'Neil, AJ Ronain).
2. Andrew Merriam pushes the ball up-court.
3. Kevin McAullife looks for the open man under the basket.
4. Dan Clark tosses up a three-point shot.
5. Coach Fisher tries to keep his team motivated.
6. Matt Cahill fires up a jump shot with great form.
7. The Trojans defense swarms the ball.
8. Chad Simmons smothers his opponent in an attempt to
steal the ball.
9. AJ Ronain follows through after
taking his shot.
10. Coach Fisher and Coach Kearney
are thinking of a new game plan on
11. AJ Ronain drives to the basket.
12. Kevin McAullife attempts to make
a pass as three Taunton defenders
13. Justin O'Neil awaits a pass from
14. Dan Clark goes up for a rebound.
15. Chad Simmons adds two more
points to the scoreboard.
16. Matt Cahill is on the foul line
adding more points.
17. Andrew Merriam shows his in-
tense game face.
The girls basketball team had a solid
season this year. With guards like Kim
Morast, Monica Silva, and Carrie Simmons,
and height like Meagan Driscoll and Ashley
Abrahamson, the girls Trojan basketball
team was unstopable. Mr. Cunif f coached
his players tough and it all paid off when
the girls won the OCL league title.
1. Monica Silva dishes a pass out to her team mate.
2. Coach Cunniff tries to put together a strategy to beat their
3. Nicole Wilde plays a tough defense against Plymouth North.
4. Carrie Simmons concentrates on making a big plav.
5. Jen Welch picks herself up off the court.
6. Kim Morast uses the "no-look" pass.
7. The 2001-2001 B-R Girls Basketball
Team (Allison Howe, Meagan Driscoll,
Ashley Abrahamson, Emily Arrighi,
Amanda Barkes, Jen Welch, Nicole Wilde,
Danielle Heckbert, Kim Morast, Monica
Silva, and Carrie Simmons).
8. Coach Cuniff and the team keep their
heads in the game.
9. Meagan Driscoll executes an easy
10. Showing good form, Kim Morast tries
to sink her shot at the foul line.
11. Showing her defensive side of the
game, Meagan Driscoll lunges at her op-
12. Kim Morast goes up for a left-handed
13. Monica Silva takes the ball up the
14. Meagan Driscoll shoots a perfect three
15. Kim Morast practices a drill during
16. Nicole Wilde carries the ball up the
The 2001-2002 B-R Ice Hockey team had a year of
improvement. Senior captains C.J. Pennington and
Craig Murray led the underclassmen team to a
season of five wins, thirteen losses, and two ties. In
the Old Colonty League, they earned a record of five
wins, eight losses and one tie. With a team this year
consisting mainly of underclassmen, great things are
expected next season from the now experienced
1 . The 2001-2002 B-R Hockey Team celebrates their
2. Craig Murray carries the puck across the ice.
3. Coach Jones and Coach Patrick look on from the
bench as B-R goes for another goal.
4. Greg Hartford fights for the puck.
5. The Trojans defense protects the goalie, C.J.
Pennington, while Silver Lake travels down the ice.
6. John Foster speeds toward the goal on a
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The girls' gymnastics team had a notable season. Captains
Staci Durso and Becky Kennedy pulled the team together and
finished a respectable third place in the Old Colony League.
With a roster consisting mainly of underclassmen, their talent
will rise to new levels with next year's team.
1. The 2001-2002 B-R Gymnastics Team: (Top: A. Smith, K.
Harrington, S. Durso, B. Kennedy, L. Dalhbourg, S. Myers
Bottom: L. Chandler, L. Pincolini, M. Shunstrom, J. Dilido, K.
Hiltz, A. Ross, Coach O'Leary)
2. Staci Durso practices her dismount on the uneven bars.
3. Coach O'Leary tries to motivate his gymnasts.
4. Meredith Shunstrom shows skill on the balance beam.
5. Becky Kennedy executes a near perfect dismount off the
The Boys' Tennis team had a remarkable season. They
won the OCL title for the fifth straight season. With
the leadership of seniors Evan Melford, Matt Black,
Greg Dillon, Brendan Casey, Steve Durso and Dave
Stelmach, the boys team ended the season with a near
flawless record of 18- 2.
1. The Boys' Tennis team gets together before a big match.
2. Chris Klump racks up the games as his opponent is being shut out.
3. Aaron Souto serves an overhand slam at his opponent.
4. Doubles team: Dan Clark and Mike Driscol come to the net to meet
5. U. D. Nwosu, Adam Lavoy, Evan Melford, Mike Dobson, Chris
Klump, Matt Black, Dan Clark, Mike Driscol, Greg Dillon, Brendan
Casey, Coach Pimental, Sumon Roi, Steve Durso, Dave Stelmach,
Matt Johnson, Arron Souto, and Cormac Rashada.
6. Dan Clark rears back and smashes a winner for the match point.
7. Adam Lavoie with a killer drop shot as his teammate waits for his
8. Sumon Roi gets confused as two balls bombard him.
9. The ball comes quickly, but Adam Lavoi reaches out his arm to
save the point.
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The 2001 Girls' Tennis team finished the season with an
impressive 13-3 record emerging as the 2001 OCL Champi-
ons. In the state tournament, the B-R girls made it to the 2nd
round. In addition to the guidance of Coach Mastria and
leadership of captain Sue Noblin, there were three all-star
players leading the squad: Carrie Simmons, Danielle Jones
and Kristen Simmons. Even though the team has lost three
starters, Coach Mastria still has high expectations for the
team. He is hopeful that the team will reach the OCL
Championships once again. Considering Coach Mastria's
second year with the squad, he has grown as a coach and
come to know the girls for their unique talents and abilities.
We are 100% behind the girls for the oncoming year.
1 Coach Mastria, and Megan Jones prepare Carrie Simmons for a big match.
2. Megan Jones is quite confused as to where the ball might be.
3. Annie Bruckman warms up before her match.
4. Sarah Solomon lunges for the ball.
5. Capt. Sue Noblin, Carrie Simmons, Danielle Jones, Megan Jones, Kate
O'leary, Annie Bruckman, Nicole Pincollini, Coach Mastria, Bottom left-
Kristen Simmons, Ellen Sanderson, Sarah Solomon, Erin Nelson, Kara
Silvia, Elise Melford, Mary Condon.
6. Danielle Jones and Erin Nelson shake the hands of their opponents.
7. Mary Condon winds up for her winning shot.
8. Eagerly waiting, Kara Silvia watches for her opponents next mo\ e.
9. Kate O'Learv takes a dive for the ball.
B-R Baseball crusaded through the OCL to secure a
7-7 record. Led by captains Mike McGoogan, Craig
Audette, and Ryan Schleicher, the team upheld the
baseball tradition of honor and sportsmanship. Fall-
ing short of the state tournament by one game, the
Trojans are anticipating success in the coming year.
1. Richie Florence rounds second base with the intent of sliding into
2. Lett fielder, Andrew Merriam, throws the ball infield after making a
3. Interested teammates watch closely as one of the Trojans goes up to
4. Ian Delahanty congratulates team member Craig Audette after
scoring another run.
5. The Boys Baseball Team: Ryan Gardiner, Ryan Post, Ian Delahanty,
Richie Florence, Steve Landry, Mike Andrews, Matt Lyford, Andrew
Merriam, Ryan Schleicker, Bob Sharland, Andrew Hamilton, Steve
Thetonia, Tony Barrett, Nick Silvia, Bob Maddock, Craig Audette, Mike
Magoogan, Brett Wright, Shawn Brown, Brian Sawyer, Jeff Tripp, and
6. Ian Delahanty takes a huge stride before releasing his intense fastball.
7. Aggressive at the plate, Ryan Post slugs one into left field.
8. Ryan Post trys to catch his opponent off the bag.
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The Girls' Softball Team showed incredible dedication and talent
this year. With captains Chrissy Hall and Kerri Jacques, the Trojans
finished second in the OCL. They put together an impressive 12-2
record that earned them respect throughout the league. The Trojans
softball team is expecting another victorious season in 2002.
l.The Trojans softball team: R. Ladd, C. Hall, K. O'Brien, K. Jacques,
K. Parlow, J. Innocenzi, N. Crimmins, S. Berard, M. Cabral, J. Lyford,
A. Gonzalves, M. Feely, J. Julius.
2. Staci Berard throws a mean curve ball.
3. Julie Innocenzi gives it everything shes has to make the stop.
4. Joining forces, the team backs each other up.
5. Center fielder, Alishia Gonsalves, throws the ball to waiting Julie
6. Julie Innocenzi looks for the double play, after tagging the Taunton
7. Shortstop, Julie Innocenzi, shows that she can play both sides of the
Boys' Spring Track
The Boys Spring Track Team had a sucessf ul season.
Ending 6-2, the Trojans only missed the league title by
one loss to Barnstable. Under the guidance of Coach
Urban, the boys went on to victory's against all other
1. Jeff McGovern, Dan Roland and Alec Tolivaisa wait for the blast of the
2. Steve Doherty watches the flight of a javelin.
3. C. Murray races for the finish line.
4. Top: T. Derbyshire, M. Spagone, M. Delgado, A. Jafeev, M. Beane, A.
Cook, K. Nickelson, A. Harrington, M. Lopp, R. Ricciardi, R. Mullet, G.
Churchill, S. Doherty, A. Grant, M. Resmini, L. Beane, S. Nesrella, T.
Atha, G. Hartford, C. Bern ie, R. Sanderson, A. Tolivaisa, T. Chiappini,
C. Duerdon, J. Freyermouth, P. Balboni, P. Allen, C. Cooper, Middle: B.
Bresner, J. Carr, J. Vitrano. J. Marcotte, N. Tate, J. David, R. Smith, A.
Nevvbie, W. Morey, L. Smith, B. Champagne, J. McGovern, A. Parenteau;
Bottom: S. Churchill, T. Higginbotham, M Battastini, D. O'Connel, K.
Berguist, D. Roland, J. Texeira, M. Haggerty, C. Kolensas, F. Pacheco, K.
5. Bobby Smith clears the bar.
6. Luther Smith makes a rough landing
7. Sean Churchill clears a hurdle.
8. Will Morey lands hard in the sand
9 Todd Derbyshire hurls the shotput while teammates Chris Kolensas
and Alec Tolivaisa watch.
The Girls' Spring Track Team had an all-star season. The hurdle team
finished sixth in the state. They were also invited to the state relay. Their
hardwork paid off! With team leadership from captains Jessica Rawlins,
Kate Delgado, and Jill Buckley, the Trojans were unstopable.
1. J. Zolga, S, Barros, B. Striggles, J. Justice, L. Winsor, K Pacheco, J. Buckley, A. Paul. P.
Carbon, K. Delgado, L. Sullivan, K. Graham, E. Rothman, A. Ossai, D. Bentley, G. Riccardi,
K. Francoer, K. Harrington, K. Taxiera, C. Welch, B. Guarino, M. Lavvton, K. Silvia, J.
Measor., L. Veraka, L. Francey, K. O'Donell, C. Dorris, K. Hilt/, R. Bradshaw, I. Ford, K.
Daniels, A. Freyermuth, K. Whittington, S. Gambil, S. McElroy, C. Smith, M. Riortoci, M
Hess, L. Lassard, H. Blanchard, K. Ellis, S. Myers, K. Beila, A. Slavin, A. Edson, L. Yafrate,
K. Mont, J. McC.rath, E. Winsor, J. Murphey, K. White
2. Ryanne Bradshaw gains a slight edge in the relay.
3. Lauren Veracka leaps into the third jump of the triple jump.
4. Kylie Biela runs her hardest with a grimace of determination on her tact-.
5. In a tight race, Sara McElroy displays perfect form to sprint to victory.
6. Molly Lavvton strides in front of teammate Briane Striggles.
7. Kylie Biela catches her breath as Coach Delgado gives her some advice.
Led by captains, Lee Beane, Rob Leroux, and Ryan
Gracia, the B-R Wrestling Team had a sucessfull year.
The Trojans ended the season with nineteen wins and
only five loses. They had four wins and one loss in the
Old Colony League meets. The B-R Wrestling team also
made the school proud by winning the Marshfield
Tournament, and coming in third place in the South
Sectional Tournament. The team has worked very hard
this season, not only at meets, but also during the
1. Lee Beane displays his massive strength as he chokes an opponent.
2. Rob Leroux skillfully stays above his opponents.
3. Tom Hennessey tries to turn over his rival for the pin.
4. John Freyermuth shows the opposer how the mat tastes!
5. Tom Hennesey, Billy Mills, Mike Zella, Rob Leroux, Lee Beane, John
Freyermuth, Ryan Gracia, Alec Tolavaisa, Chris Arigghi, Matt Burke,
Paul Jenkins, Curtis Harrington, Jon O'Brien, Ian Penn, Ben Katz, Andy
Aiello, Nick Spencer, Tony Leone, Jon Sibya, Jim Freyermuth, Kevin
Beaudoin, Collen Welch, Ryan White, Steve Sesin, Alex Shea, Dave
Kingsley, Neal Mazzoleni, Daniel Hogg, Dave Lawrence, Caset Cobbett,
Dave Albert, and Andy Hauck.
6. Billy Mills hops victoriously off the mat after a win.
1. The 2001- 2002 Ski Club (1st row: J. Dooley, C. Duerden, C.
Benvie, S. Finn, A. Maden, T. Holt, M. Lafrance, S. Kelleher, M.
Jones. 2nd row: T. Pearson, S. Soloman, C. Maulioux, J.
Calderone, W. Hall, V. Maxson, D. Duval, I. Crotty. R. Estes. 3rd
row: Ms. Holt, S. Churchill, C. Kolensas, J. Fix, T. Chaipinni, J. Zall,
N. Giordano, D. Lucchetti, J. Ramadan. 4th row: A. Egger, B.
Cunha, M. Vachon, A. Johnston, J. Zolga, A. Wright, T. Wholley, M.
Cayer, B. Springer, K. Brown.)
2. Ms. Holt and Mr. Heaslip enjoy the view from the summit.
3. Meg Cayer, Meg Jones. Tricia Wholley and Annie Bruckman pose
for a picture in front of the ski club bus.
4. Lasheena Barbosa shows off her new snowboard.
5. Jamie Clark and Ashley Johnston make their way up to the lodge
at Waterville Valley.
6. The ski club stops for a group picture in front of Cannon Moun-
7. Matt Shaw, Johanna Doulette and Curtis Davidson take a break
halfway down the trail.
The clubs and activities at B-R are purely
elective, and in that spirit, provide students the
with opportunities beyond the classroom. The
scientists and engineers of the future can be seen
today in TJ2 and Science Olympiad.
Tomorrow's professional musicians hone their
skills in our tremendous band and chorus pro-
grams. Those inclined to debate and policy can
be found in Modern World Affairs Club or the
Mock Trial Group. Whatever the niche, B-R has
provided us the activity. From Ski Club and
Future Teachers of America to Drama and For-
eign Language, it has been these extra
curriculars that have helped define us better as
1. Danica Copeland and Michelle Almada keep
themselves warm on the slopes.
2. The TJ2 team prepares for their competition.
3. Laura Ford, Anne Bruckman, Keri Dufault and
Amy Freyermuth hug each other to keep warm
during a snow storm.
4. Modern World Affairs chaperone, Mr. Powers,
calls for a waiter.
5. The MWA Club poses for a picture during
their Washington, D. C. trip.
6. Nina Martelli, Mr. Sylvia, Laura Ford and
Heather Whitty walk through the gardens in
Washington, D. C.
7. Scott Curley pushes himself to the limit in the
8. Brendan O'Brien ponders life with Jill Asack.
9. Joanna Doulette, Curtis Davidson, Matt Shaw
and Ashley Carson stop to enjoy the view at the
1. Rebekah Hunt prepares herself
For months the cast and crew of the B-R
Drama Club worked hard to bring to the
2. Matt Furtado and John Dooley
stage the classic musical "Guys & Dolls."
belt out a tune.
The Raynwater Players are the students,
3. Nathan Conrad displays his
faculty, and other helpers who contribute
to the production of our school musical
4. Michael Morlani enjoys the
year after year. Directed by teacher Lisa
White, "Guys & Dolls" went off without a
5. The male cast members focus
all their attention on Matt
6. The entire cast closes the
play with a final pose.
7. Matt Furtado breaks some
bad news to John Dooley.
8. The girls perform an im-
pressive dance scene.
9. Aimee Ayers, Brendan
O'Brien, and Emily
Goodreau share a serious
moment on stage.
10. Lia Macrina takes center
stage, while other members
provide some scenery.
This year's Marching Band was led by Drum Major Matt Shaw under
the supervision of Mr. Gary Hyman. Each week during football season, the
members of the band entertain fans not only during halftime performances,
but also during the entire game by playing music and helping to lead in
cheers. They concluded their season with a spectacular half time perfor-
mance at Nickerson Field during the Superbowl.
1. Pat Lee and Jon Wilson keep the beat.
2. Brian Praino, Pat Lee, and Jon Wilson holding up the percussion section.
3. The marching band in procession during half time.
4. Amie Bettencourt twirls her flag.
5. Mark Amaral and Brian
Reid march, while playing
the bass drum,
6. The color guard leads
the band onto the field.
7. The marching band
moving in perfect unison.
8. Bernie Cobb blows his
9. Brian Sharland leads the
color guard in a clap while
in the stands during a
10. Omar Zeid is jamming
out on the guitar one of his
many musical talents.
11. The horn section does
To be a member of the B-R Color Guard Squad, you must have dedication.
This year we have seen spectacular shows put on by the Color Guard that they
practiced over and over to perfect. They practice continuously throughout the
season to entertain the fans on game day. These students bring school spirit
and talent to B-R.
1. The color guard squad swings into action during half-time.
2. The squad shows off synchronized kicks.
3. Andrea Thompson and Krista Smith lead the squad in perfect unison.
4. Lizzie Burt holds her flag high.
5. Andrea Thompson focuses hard on her performance.
At Bridgewater-Raynham's weight room all are
welcome. The dedicated Mr. Lennon helps young men
and women help themselves, while having a good time
in the process. From outside the entrance, the weight
room is a place of blasting classic rock tunes, clanging
weights and hearty laughs, but inside lies much more.
Inside one can see the fruits of hard work, dedication
and perseverance. Students work to improve their
strength, agility, muscle tone, and stamm. Those more
experienced students further their knowledge to
underclassmen, showing exercise technique and form.
The weight room is a place of serious hard work,
memories, laughs and friendships.
1. Dillon McGovern dead-lifts on the platform.
2. Senior, Lou D'Amarino keeps an eye out for Danny
Lopes during a his set of squats
3. Chris Begley finishes up a set of lat-pulldowns.
4. Mr. Lennon bench-presses a full set of 315 lbs. as Dillon
McGovern keeps an eye out.
5. Nick Bulgaris pumps out some dumbel prbeslses.
6. Matt Munise S showsat to stay in Mr. Lennon's
weightroom you have to have fun!
7. Dean Gasconi squats confidently with perfect form as
Collin Florence gives a spot.
8. The athletes of B-R's weightroom: Collin Florence, Sage
Adkisson, Nick Bulgaris, Lou D'Amarino, Kyle Dooley,
Danielle Dross, Marisa Otezmaro, Dan Lopes, Eric Linehan,
Dean Gasconi, James Lawrence, Gavin Kilea, Jeff Nelson,
Greg Feroli, John Bascon, Udoka Nwosu, Sean Gilreane, Pete
Moynihan, Mr. Lennon, Tom Greco, Steve Nelson, Chris
Begley, Dillon McGovern.
The 2001-2002 Science Olympiad season was led by advisor Mrs. Patricia Anania, President
Kathy Hill, Secretary John Reckord, and Treasurer Mike Greely, the team has had an eventful year.
With a growing number of new members, they have made friends and enjoyed the team spirit,
which allowed them to win many medals.
Their first fundraiser, a bake sale at parent/teacher conference was a big success. The Bowl-a-
Thon was an even bigger success. Every year, the team looks forward to the state competition at
Framingham State College.
1. The Science Olympiad team: (Front Row: Jon O'Brien. Laura Guilfoy, John Reckord, Kathy Hill,
Mike Spagone, and Steve Praino; Center Row: Jeff Mallet, Brian Praino, Staisy Kibard, Jill Peterson,
Diana Smith, and Jess Donovan; Back Row: Mrs. Anania, Danika Erikson, Mike Pistone, Jamie
Johnston, and Alex Shea).
2. Mike Greely and Mike Spagone compete with their Boomilever.
In our seventh year of team TJ2 (Trojans Johnson & Johnson), B-R students,
under the direction of Mrs. Calef and seven other outstanding teachers, collabo-
rated with team alumni, parents and engineers from a Johnson & Johnson Com-
pany in the nationwide FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and
Technology) program to build an annual robot and compete. The team prepares
all year for the competitions, whether it be by tie-dying shirts with Mr. Phanuef,
writing the bimonthly newsletter, making our Chairman's Award submission,
updating our web page, making a 3-D computer animation, managing adminis-
trative functions with Mr. Folan, or constructing the robot with Mr. Morrison.
This year, 50 students have taken part in the team and from their dedication, we
had an outstanding machine and even better, a great time.
1. Showing a variety of tie dye out-
fits, Mr. Phaneuf hollers chants.
2. The TJ2 team poses for a picture.
3. In Epcot the TJ2 robot tries to ac-
complish its task.
4. Mrs. Hall, Andrew Carson, and
Mrs. Calef cheer on the team.
5. TJ2 shows support in the stands.
6. The banner is displayed in true
7. The machine constructed by TJ2.
8. Andrew Carson and Todd
Derbyshire pose for a photo.
9. Technicians for Johnson and
Johnson pose for a picture.
In Bridgewater Raynham's tradition of spring musicals, "Damn Yankees" has been brought to our
stage. The play starts off with an upsetting loss by middle aged Joe Boyd's (Erik Edson), favorite team,
the Washington Senators. In a moment of weakness while sitting on his front porch, the devil, known
as Mr. Applegate (C.J. Pennington), offers him the chance to save his team in exchange for his soul.
After singing "Goodbye Old Girl" to his wife (Catherine Hathaway), Joe Boyd transforms into the
young baseball star, Joe Hardy (John Dooley).
With help from his coach (Matt Furtado) and his fumbling teammates (Nathan Conrad, Mark
LaFrance and Jesse Witcher), the team is pulled out of its losing streak. As the team begins to win,
Applegates ploy to steal Joe's soul is aided by his seductive homewrecker, Lola (Emily Goodreau). All
is going well until accusations are made against Joe by Gloria Thorpe (Jess Phaneuf), a nosey sports
reporter, threaten to ruin their shot at being heroes.
1. The exhausted cast of "Damn Yankees" relaxes after rehearsal.
2. Jess Phaneuf is surrounded by fans during "shoeless Joe from Hannibal Mo."
3. Kate Roza and Nicole Price calmly rehearse lines with each other.
4. Joe Cannon really gives us something to think about.
Senior Class Officers
Molly Lawton, John Carr,
Laura Ford, Andrew
Merriam, Mr. Sylvia
Junior Class Officers
Matt Peabody, Sarah
McElroy, Mrs. Norman,
Kyla Harrington, Kylie
Beila, Mrs. Murdoch
Sophomore Class Officers
Meg Driscol, Lauren
Veracka, Jill McGrath,
Ryan Beaudoin, Mr.
Freshman Class Officers
Matt Devon, Leslie
Eagan, Ian Crotty
Jill Asack, Liz Luchetti,
Molly Lawton, Nina
Martelli, Jess Fix, Tom
Lindskog, Sophia Myers,
Kylie Biela, Chris Arrighi,
Meg Driscol, Sarah
McElroy, Laura Dempsey
John Dooley, Pat Lee, Erik Edson, Jackson Tarr, John Wilson, Marc
Lafrance, Evan Biela, Jesse Witcher, Eric Demazio, Steve Nelson, Jeff
Nelson, Mike Pistone, Carol Dunnam, Josh Mcgee, Tiago Mota, Stweart
MacArthur, Staci Kibert
Omar Zeid, Mrs. Blocker,Robyn Morse, Shannon Halvchy,
Leigh Delahante, Jon Espazito
Rowl: L.Donovan, V .Shore, M.Shaw, L.Lortie, Mr. Hyman. Row2: M.Powell, C.C. Curie, K.Smith, L.Guilfoy,
A.Thompson, A.Jeanette, K.Whittaker, C.Shanke, C.Sharland, A.Meary. Row3: M.Magill, T.Holt, L.Burt,
E.Colburn, T.Masselli, O.Zeid, A.Stoughton. Row4: M.Byam, K.Punham, M.Reardon, J.Chafee, C.Forebush,
A.Bagus, A.Ellis, L.Dimrzio, A.Bettencourt. Row5: J.Lovell, J.Magee, T.Mota, K. McCarthy, R.Riley, J.Lawrence,
M.Vachon. Row6: K.McMullin, M.Morlani, K.Bergquist, P.Zeller, J.Munise, N.Seale, J.Bragg, S.Nelson. Row7:
M.LaFrance, N.Tate, J.Mallett, J.Witcher, E.Biela, K.Dunham, B.Sharland, M.Pistone, E.DiMarizio. Row8: D.Spear,
T.Murphy, J.Acone, M.Mahoney, J.Nelson, J.McBride, C.Frankur, M.Kellog, S.Kibart. Row9: M.Wood, J.Wilson,
P.Lee, K.Murphy, S.Muligan, M.Hardy, S.Tarr, J.DiBenneditto, M.Ryan, K.Feeley, S.Adkisson, J.Randall.
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Rowl: K.Sypher, S.Heavey, L.Dorherty, E.Kelleher, M.Tuttle, J.McBride, P.Lee, J.B.Hughes, D.Biaz,
M.Blanchard, Mrs. Judith Niles. Row2: T.Reis, N.Boaer, A.Collins, L.Moberg, J.Wood, R.Riley,
E.Edson, J.Lima, M.Rebelo, A.Davidson, A.Bettencourt.Row3: L.Avalar, L.Burt, E.Goudreau,
K.Chappel, A.Curtis, J. Dooley, O.Zeid, J.Witcher, R.Hunt, J. Phaneuf. Row4: B.Kinan, A.Lindsay,
S.Pilotte, D.Prescott, C.O'Leary, M.Ortiz-Merrill, K.Bailey, T.Sly. Row5: Mr.Hyman, Z.Furtado,
A.Doucette, K.Hill, K.Roza, R.Mendorra, M.Condon, K.Reid, C.Heavey, M.Smith.
Bryan Sharland, Omar Zeid, Leigh Delahanty, Katherine
Hathaway, Kate Roza, Drew Kerrigan, Colleen Martinez, Kathy
Hill, Joe McBride, Mrs. Mcguire
Caroline Mailloux, Stephany Heavey, Lauren Perry, Charleen
Christofi, Katharine Hill, Mr. Capen, Heather Feldman, Brigid
Dailey, Jen Calderone
Lynda Shaw, Nina Martelli, Marisa Prisco, Lauren Mader, Eric Warner,
Dan Pickett, Rory Modica, Mike Veracka, Meg Tangaro, Tricia Wholley,
Rob Ferris, Christine Canzano, Mrs. Mcguire, Marc Freitas, Sara DeLeo,
Nicole Butts, Jeff Weeks, Matt Roland, Nathan Conrad, John Dooley,
Amanda Hall, Rachel Forman, Katrina LaCasse
Sherry Saunders, Vanessa Carney, Brian Whittington, Wendy Proctor,
Nikki Price, Tanya Smith, Bryan Sharland, Nikki Dicho, Jen Zall,
Danielle Hannemann, Kafe Roza, Lauren DiMarzio, Serene Fraihat,
Drew Kerrigan, Cathy Hill, Mrs. Brown, Rachel Dacey, Leisel
Schwenzfeier, Caitlin Brides, Andrea Hubacheck, Reema Zaiter
Kate Daniels, John Carr, Nina Martelli, Mr.Silvia, Jill Asack, Amy Freyermouth,
Laura Ford, Heather Whitty, Molly Lawton, Ashley Slaven, Ashley Slater, Sarah
McElroy, Heather Blanchard, Lauren Francy, Bethany Marion, Emily Winsor,
Brendan Elliot, Kerry Whittaker, Tracy Moore, Keith Nicholson, Laura Yafrate,
Dean Guasconi, Kyle McCarthy, Chris Joyce, Dustin Crossman, Matt Benvie,
Cassie Whooley, Meghan Driscol
Ashley Carson, Kate Larson, Brendan O'Brien, Laura Miller, Cathy Silva, Lauren Maxwell, Carrie Simmons, Jeff
Morin, Molly Lawton, Jess Fix, Craig Murray, Kevin McAuliffe, Andrew Merriam, Dan Pickett, Mike Veracka,
Kate Daniels, Dan Clark, Mark Frietas, Jon Neil. Steve Dohertv, John Marcot, Brian Swanson, Mrs. Calef, Jeff
Mallet, Staci James, Kara Silvia, Michelle Almada, Richie Florence, Ian Delahante, Sean Jones, Justin Covonlu,
Jen lamele, Omar Zeid, Erik Edson, Allv Erbeck, Nicole Pincolini, Laurie Demour, Megan Cayar, Megan
Connerty, Amy Freyermouth, Ally Wright, Mike Moran. Andy Jaffe, Matt Furtado, Meg Jones, Anne Bruckman
Erin Morin, Lauren Mader, Erin Nelson. Rachel Blanchette, Matt Shaw, Joanna Douillette, Meg Cole. Lauren
Bechtel, Kacie Lamontagne. Andrea Stoughton
Jessica Donovan, Allison Fager, Staci Kibart, Brendan Coona, Cathy Hall, Ashley
Waterman, Mrs. Holt, Mr. Porter, Amanda, Nicole Beavis, Jill Peterson, Cassie
Ellis, Lee Beane, Chris Hamilton, Tim Chiapini, Radha Sinha, Lauren Anducci,
Elizabeth Donovan, Sara Salamon, Nicole Glenn, Caroline Mailloux, Holly
Smith, Jen Calderone, Nicole Price, Heather Feldman, Jen Smith, Victoria Bazzik,
Jen Smith, Matt Federico, Sean Finn, Tim Holt, Elizabeth Colburn, Josh Webber
Mrs. Holt, Shawn Churchill, Jen Lyford, Sara Deleo, Jon O'Brien, Andy
Iello, Ms. Brown, Nicole Price, Caroline Mailloux, Jen Calderone,
Melanie Byam, Danielle Laude, Chris Joyce, Bethany Marion, Chris
Silva, John Stairs, Shawn Fin, Andy Madden, Brian Charlon, Mary
Chambers, Staci Kibart
Danika Erikson, Drew Kerrigan, Adam Smith, Bryan
Sharland, Ashley McGrath, Kate Roza, Mrs. Brown
Lynda Shaw, Rob Ferris, Matt Roland, Kate Roza, Ms.
McGuire, Megan Tangaro, John Dooley, Nathan Conrad, Jeff
Sherrie Saunders, Vanessa Carney, Mr. Diaz, Stephanie St. Martin, Caroline Mailloux,
Rahda Sinha, Kaitlyn Chapel, Ryanne Bradshaw, Brigid Dailey, Kim Nehiley, Kristen
O'Donell, Lauren Veracka, Keri Whittaker, Ashley Slavin, Allison Janette, Jen
Korzeniowski, Rebecca Kennedy, Emily Goudreau, Amanda Filapeck, Rachel Gorman,
Alex Moberg, Heather Feldman, Jen Smith, Sarah Salomon, Bethany Marion, Tracy
Moore, Lauren Francey, Clint Cooper, Mark Brezinski
Sumon Roy, Steve Nelson, Jeff Nelson, Alec Tolivasa, Andrew Grant,
Kia Powell, Krista Smith, Sarah Solomon, Meagan Blanchard, Mr.
Cox, Omar Zeid, Kate Larson, Cathy Silva, Matt Shaw
Transfering pen and paper to the digital screen, creating a scholastic yearbook or
newspaper in the year 2002 was an enriching and enjoyable process. Somehow,
deadlines were reached despite the occassional hiccups of missed deadlines, crashed
computers and unreadable disks. The school publications came through to provide a
means to remember all the activities, athletics, academics, and moments of B-R. In
addition to this, publications kept us all up to date on the latest events at the Re-
gional with our weekly calendar and school newspaper. Our hard-working students
captured and put to use the skills necessary to make these things possible, from
yearbook editors Lauren Mader, Dan Pickett, Marisa Prisco, and Eric Warner and
their faithful staff, to weekly calendar correspondents Christine Canzano and Stacey
Stankiewicz. Also, our newspaper editor Rob Ferris worked with his staff, which
was headed by John Dooley, Matt Roland and Nathan Conrad and other writers to
produce the Regional Sound.
After it all, the 2002 B-R publications were a success with the invaluable guidance
of teacher and advisor Ms. Diane McGuire. Thanks to the hard- work of the team, the
memories of B-R will be immortalized in this book.
1. Rob Ferris looks on as Matt
Roland and John Dooley plug
away at the B-R Newspaper.
2. Tricia Wholley and Marisa
Prisco laugh at senior mes-
3. Dan Pickett, Marisa Prisco,
Eric Warner and Lauren
Mader work together to get
4. Nina Martelli enjoys work-
ing on the yearbook a little
more than Rory Modica.
5. John Dooley, Nathan
Conrad and Rob Ferris brain-
storm some ideas for possible
6. Marisa Prisco's words are
on the tip of her tongue, but
Lauren Mader doesn't know
what she's talking about!
7. Ms McGuire and Matt
Roland concentrate on making
8. Left to right: Leigh
Delehanty, Caitlyn Jahnke,
Kate Roza, Bryan Sharland,
Matt Kellogg, Meredith
Kellogg, Tim Tilbe, Mark
Lyman, Adam Smith.
UNITAS 2002 INDEX
Title Page 1
Student Life 2-3
Younger Years 4-5
Bleacher Picture 8-9
Special Moments 10-11
Faculty Divider 18-19
Faculty Portraits 20-29
Senior Divide 30-31
Senior Portraits 32-75
From Our View 78-79
Baby Pictures 80-85
9/11 Attack 86-87
Junior Prom 88-89
Senior Holiday Party 92-93
Pep Rally 94-95
Super Bowl 96-97
Underclassman Div 98-99
Freshman Portraits 100-1 1 1
Sophomore Portraits 112-123
Junior Portraits 124-133
More Memories 134-135
Sports Divider 136-137
Field Hockey 140-141
Boys Soccer 142
Girls Soccer 143
Boys Cross Country 144
Girls Cross Country 145
Boys Winter Track 150
Girls Winter Track 151
Boys Basketball 152-153
Girls Basketball 154-155
Ice Hockey 156
Boys Tennis 158
Girls Tennis 159
Boys Spring Track 162
Girls Spring Track 163
Ski Club 165
Extracurricular Div 166-167
Guys and Dolls 168-169
Marching Band 170-171
Color Guard 172
Weight Room 173
Science Olympiad 174-175
Damn Yankees 178
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